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Index 301 accountability, 182, 260–61, 266 ActionAid, 103 African Development Bank, 100 agents of development, primary vs. secondary, 49 “aid fatigue,” 70 Americares, 108 Appropriate Technology (AT) movement , 64, 71 Asian Development Bank, 100 Asian “Tigers,” 2, 66, 68 “Band-Aid” approach, 259 “basic human needs,” 64 “beltway bandits,” 101–2 “big-push” strategy, 57 bilateral aid, 106 bilateral donors, 100, 104 “brain drain,” 60 Bretton Woods Conference, 55 Caisse Française pour la Cooperation, 100 CARE, 56, 65, 103, 107, 263 Catholic Relief Services, 56, 103, 107 Chemonics International, 102 child sponsorship, 257–59 fund-raising dilemmas related to, 262–63 Christian Children’s Fund, 107, 263 classification of developing countries, 23–27 (passim) complexity as left out of development thinking, 57 inability to come to terms with, 54, 132, 266 recognition of, 62 consultant pay scales, 227 Coué, Emile, 50 Department for International Development (DFID), 100 dependency, 74 as fueled by development assistance, 290 dimensions of, 155–58 fear of creating, 153–54 development antecedents of, 50–53 evolution of idea of, 48–74 (passim) as field of study, 60 grassroots, 61 integrated rural, 64 as intentional effort on behalf of others, 48–50, 62 metaphor for, 56–57 primary vs. secondary agents of, 48 as “product,” 183 role of government in, 53–54 selling of, 183, 257–60 time as key factor in, 132 unintended consequences of, 2, 60, 290 Development Alternatives, Inc., 102 development assistance as an industry, 4, 6, 62, 72, 98–99 as a calling, 226–27 as a career, 226 as technical knowledge, 57 effective demand for, 183 engineering model of, 7, 57, 131 funding, 190 development assistance (continued) goals of, 6 high expectations for, 49, 57 moral basis for, 5 paradox of, 5 project as basic unit of, 186 related to private capital flows, 107–109 shifts in, 107 time frames for, 7, 64 total expended on since 1960, 2, 107 development industry annual funding of, 104–5 number of jobs in, 109 players in, 100–103 size of, 103–4 development journals, 230 direct interventions, 7, 134, 291 “doing” tendency in development, 7–8, 74, 184–85, 191, 233–34 trap, 186 engineering model of development, 7, 57, 131 expertise, 231–32 Export-Import Bank, 53 fund-raising NGO dilemmas related to, 257–70 (passim) value of unrestricted money, 265 Galbraith, J. K., 52 good governance, 29 green revolution, 63 growth equated with development, 62–63 helping commodification of, 159–60 in direct ways, 7 instinct for, 9, 153–54 history, avoidance of lessons of, 9, 128, 131–34 humanitarian relief, 9, 65 Human Development Index, 24–26 human nature, avoidance of lessons of, 9, 152 impact, 4, 193 incentives, 29, 162–63 integrated rural development, 64, 66 Inter-American Development Bank, 100 International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD), 100 International Monetary Fund (IMF), 23–24 League of Nations, 53 logical framework, 186, 230 Marshall Plan, 55, 290 Médecins sans Frontières, 65 “mission civilisatrice,” 51 multilateral aid, 104 “New Directions,” 63 New International Economic Order, 66 nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) as players in development industry, 102–3 estimates of funding contribution of, 107 growing legitimacy of, 67 rise of “southern,” 67 USAID assistance to, 71–72, 269 Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), 26, 59, 100, 103, 105, 107 “other people’s money” (OPM), 186–89 organizational imperatives, 5–6 inevitability of, 180 mismatch between development and, 192–94 relationship to money, 180, 186 relationship to projects, 186 Oxfam, 104 302 Index participation, as paradigm, 66 participatory rural appraisal, 8, 175–79 philanthropy, 70, 154, 259 PLAN International, 190 Point Four, 55, 286 policies, 7, 60, 289 poverty as a condition, 130 definitions of, 27 factors contributing to, 28–30 indices of, 25 mass vs. case, 52 rediscovery of, 63 relationship to economic growth, 288 rural, 63 professionalization of development language and literature , 235 of development work, 226 progress, idea of, 51 projects, 7, 9, 188, 291 as basic unit of development assistance , 186 as short term, 130 reduction of development to, 58 redistribution, 66, 161 remittance income, 10 Robert R. Nathan Associates, 102 Save the Children Federation, 56, 103, 107 self-help, concept of, 61, 153–54, 157 self-sufficiency, early use of concept of, 58 Smith, Adam, 30 structural adjustment, 70 sustainability, 4, 71 Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency, 100 “take off,” 58 technical assistance, 8, 50, 55, 59–60, 286 technology, faith in, 50, 64 “third world” bargaining power of, 55...

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9781613760826
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9781558493926
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OCLC
647376217
Pages
320
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2012-01-01
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English
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