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AGRICULTURAL INDUSTRIALIZATION AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT: A GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE AgEcon
Davis, Carlton George; Langham, Max R..
Agricultural industrialization and sustainable development issues are important contemporary areas of debate. This paper argues that the two processes are a consequence of a set of forces operating in our global system. It outlines a number of conceptual interactions between the two phenomena and examines economic development and sustainable development policy implications that appear to be logical extensions of the arguments presented.
Tipo: Journal Article Palavras-chave: Agricultural industrialization; Sustainable agricultural development; Development assistance; Human capital; Market and policy failures; Public policy; Environmental Economics and Policy; Research and Development/Tech Change/Emerging Technologies.
Ano: 1995 URL: http://purl.umn.edu/15341
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Development Aid and the CDM - How to Interpret "Financial Additionality" AgEcon
Dutschke, Michael; Michaelowa, Axel.
International climate negotiations have specified that projects under the Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) should not lead to a "diversion" of official development assistance (ODA). It is however unchallenged that ODA can be used in capacity building for the CDM. Diversion can be interpreted in financial, sectoral and regional terms. There are possibilities to use ODA benchmarks to define diversion such as the UN 0.7% target but they are unlikely to be politically acceptable. On the project level, three main options exist but none of them is perfect. The value of emissions credits (CERs) could be deducted from ODA. This however leads to a long-term pressure on the ODA level. Differentiating an ODA-financed baseline project and a "piggyback" CDM option is...
Tipo: Working or Discussion Paper Palavras-chave: International climate policy; CDM; Development assistance; Environmental Economics and Policy; Q25; O13.
Ano: 2003 URL: http://purl.umn.edu/26243
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Measuring resilience is not enough; we must apply the research. Researchers and practitioners need a common language to make this happen. Ecology and Society
Glandon, Douglas M; ; douglas.glandon@gmail.com.
This article is contributed by a practitioner in the area of country-level health systems strengthening who also has a background in resilience research. The intent of the article is to offer constructive reflection on the disconnect between the insights of resilience research and the application of those insights through development assistance. The primary reason for the existence of this communication block is that resilience research findings are not often translated in a format that is useful to those implementing resilience promotion projects. As a result, implementers do not usually review relevant research to guide their interventions. Resilience researchers and practitioners need a common language, one that arises from effective community engagement.
Tipo: Peer-Reviewed article Palavras-chave: Community resilience; Development assistance; Research to action.
Ano: 2015
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Renegotiating the Food Aid Convention: Background, Context, and Issues AgEcon
Hoddinott, John; Cohen, Marc J..
The current global agreement governing food aid—the Food Aid Convention (FAC)—will expire in 2007. It has come under heavy criticism as has the diffuse set of broader food aid governance institutions that has emerged in the last 50 years. These institutions are characterized by overlapping mandates, differing degrees of authority and legitimacy, varied levels of transparency in decision-making, and problematic representation of the major stakeholders. A number of issues are likely to arise during the course of negotiations over a new FAC. These include its objectives; the nature of commitments— whether to express them in tonnage, value, or nutritional terms; the level of commitments and their distribution among donor countries; monitoring and enforcement...
Tipo: Working or Discussion Paper Palavras-chave: Food aid; International agreements; International organizations; Humanitarian assistance; Human rights; Local purchase; Triangular transaction; Development assistance; Trade agreements; Grain trade; Code of conduct; Needs assessment; Food Security and Poverty.
Ano: 2007 URL: http://purl.umn.edu/42424
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The influence of official development assistance on economical development of the selected groups of developing countries around the world AgEcon
Pokorna, Irena; Smutka, Lubos.
The current financial crisis influenced the whole economy around the world. Almost all sectors of human activities and all countries are affected by its impacts. While in the past all kinds of crises had an effect on developing countries and in case of developed countries only selected sectors of the national economy were involved, the current crisis, which started in the second half of 2008, seriously affected not only developing countries but also developed countries. During the last several decades, we became witnesses of a permanently increasing gap between developing and developed countries. While only few developed countries with about 1.2 billion people produced about 80 % of the world GDP, the rest of the world represented by developing countries...
Tipo: Journal Article Palavras-chave: Aid; Development assistance; Economic growth; Developing countries; Political Economy.
Ano: 2009 URL: http://purl.umn.edu/96848
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