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The aid effect [electronic resource] : giving and governing in international development / edited by David Mosse and David Lewis.

Contributor(s): Mosse, David | Lewis, David, 1960-.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Anthropology, culture and society: Publisher: London ; Ann Arbor : Pluto, 2005Description: 1 online resource (223 p.).ISBN: 9781849642767 (electronic bk.); 1849642761 (electronic bk.).Other title: Giving and governing in international development.Subject(s): Economic assistance -- Developing countries -- Congresses | Technical assistance -- Developing countries -- Congresses | Economic development -- International cooperation -- Congresses | Economic development -- Sociological aspects -- Congresses | International economic relations -- Congresses | Developing countries -- Foreign economic relations | SOCIAL SCIENCE -- Anthropology -- Cultural | POLITICAL SCIENCE -- Public Policy -- Cultural Policy | SOCIAL SCIENCE -- Popular Culture | Entwicklungszusammenarbeit | EntwicklungshilfeGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Aid effect.DDC classification: 306.3 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Global governance and the ethnography of international aid / David Mosse -- Good governance as technology: towards an ethnography of the Bretton Woods Institutions / Gerhard Anders -- Timning, scale and style: capacity as governmentality in Tanzania / Jeremy Gould -- The genealogy of the 'good governance' and 'ownership' agenda at the Dutch Ministry of Development Cooperation / Jilles van Gastel and Monique Nuijten -- Whose aid? the case of the Bolivian elections project / Rosalind Eyben with Rosario Leon -- Interconnected and inter-infected: DOTS and the stibilisation of the Tuberculosis Control Programme in Nepal / Ian Harper -- The worshippers of rules? Defining right and wrong in local participatory project applications in South-Eastern Estonia / Aet Annist -- Unstating 'the Public': an ethnography of reform in an urban water utility in South India / Karen Coelho -- Disjuncture and marginality -- towards a new Approach to development practice / Rob van den Berg and Philip Quarles van Ufford.
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Originates from a conference held at the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) in London between 26 and 28 September 2003.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Global governance and the ethnography of international aid / David Mosse -- Good governance as technology: towards an ethnography of the Bretton Woods Institutions / Gerhard Anders -- Timning, scale and style: capacity as governmentality in Tanzania / Jeremy Gould -- The genealogy of the 'good governance' and 'ownership' agenda at the Dutch Ministry of Development Cooperation / Jilles van Gastel and Monique Nuijten -- Whose aid? the case of the Bolivian elections project / Rosalind Eyben with Rosario Leon -- Interconnected and inter-infected: DOTS and the stibilisation of the Tuberculosis Control Programme in Nepal / Ian Harper -- The worshippers of rules? Defining right and wrong in local participatory project applications in South-Eastern Estonia / Aet Annist -- Unstating 'the Public': an ethnography of reform in an urban water utility in South India / Karen Coelho -- Disjuncture and marginality -- towards a new Approach to development practice / Rob van den Berg and Philip Quarles van Ufford.

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