M. Soderberg, "The Business of Japanese Foreign Aid: Five Case Studies from Asia"
Publisher: Routledge | 1996 | ISBN 0415138787 | PDF | 299 pages | 4.25 MB
Japan is now the biggest donor of Official Development Assistance (ODA), distributing one fifth of all world-wide foreign aid. Concentrating heavily on infrastructure projects in Asia, Japanese ODAs have predominantly taken the form of concession loans, raising many questions about the aims and motives of the Japanese foreign aid program. Marie derberg brings together five case studies focusing on the procedures, methodologies and business mechanisms at the implementation level of ODAs, suggesting that there are many more factors influencing the process than might have been anticipated. Examining countries such as China, Thailand, Indonesia and the Philippines, these studies explore the process of receiving aid, arguing that many of the recipient countries exert considerable influence over the distribution of Japanese foreign aid.
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