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공적개발원조 배분정책과 실적(Aid allocation policies and practice) : 선진국과 한국의 비교(DAC members and Korea)

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Frame of Image : 대외원조(Foreign Aid), 빈곤퇴치(Poverty Reduction), 경제발전(Economic Development), 제도와 정책 (Institutions and Policies), 원조효과성(Aid Effectiveness), 선택적 원조(Aid Selectivity) ∙ JEL Code: F34, F37, I30, O11, O40, O43 ∙ Received: 2011. 9. 30 ∙ Referee Process Started: 2011. 10. 3 ∙ Referee Reports Completed: 2011. 12. 2
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Ever since the UN Summit agreed on the MDGs in 2000, OECD/DAC member countries have taken poverty reduction as the main goal of their aid. To achieve this goal, all donors and recipient countries agreed on the Paris Declaration on Aid Effectiveness in 2005. To monitor and evaluate the progress in the targets of the Declaration, all donors and recipients got together periodically, and the 2011 conference was held in Busan, Korea. As part of this effort, this paper aims to assess the extent to which DAC donors have allocated their aid to achieve the MDGs during the latest millennium era: 2005-2009. In addition, to compare the aid allocation performance between DAC members and non-DAC emerging donors, this paper also assesses the aid allocation performance of Korea (KOICA) for the same period. The analysis of this paper shows evidence contrary to the recent literature findings that donors tended to select, as their aid recipients, those countries that warranted more aid on account of their acute development needs, and good policies and institutions. The difference between the recent literature and this paper is attributed to the different sample periods and/or the weakne


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Title 공적개발원조 배분정책과 실적(Aid allocation policies and practice)
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선진국과 한국의 비교(DAC members and Korea)

Material Type Articles
Author(English)

Lee, Kye Woo

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[서울]:한국개발연구원

Date 2011
Journal Title; Vol./Issue 한국개발연구:제33권 제4호(통권 제113호)
Pages 35
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language Korean
File Type Documents
Original Format pdf
Subject Official Aid < Economic Infrastructure
Holding 한국개발연구원; KDI 국제정책대학원

Abstract

Ever since the UN Summit agreed on the MDGs in 2000, OECD/DAC member countries have taken poverty reduction as the main goal of their aid. To achieve this goal, all donors and recipient countries agreed on the Paris Declaration on Aid Effectiveness in 2005. To monitor and evaluate the progress in the targets of the Declaration, all donors and recipients got together periodically, and the 2011 conference was held in Busan, Korea. As part of this effort, this paper aims to assess the extent to which DAC donors have allocated their aid to achieve the MDGs during the latest millennium era: 2005-2009. In addition, to compare the aid allocation performance between DAC members and non-DAC emerging donors, this paper also assesses the aid allocation performance of Korea (KOICA) for the same period. The analysis of this paper shows evidence contrary to the recent literature findings that donors tended to select, as their aid recipients, those countries that warranted more aid on account of their acute development needs, and good policies and institutions. The difference between the recent literature and this paper is attributed to the different sample periods and/or the weaknesses of the estimation models and methods adopted in the literature. This paper shows why a different estimation method is adopted and why its estimation results are more reliable and convincing. This paper also shows the difference between DAC and non-DAC donors in the aid allocation performance by analyzing aid allocations by the representative aid agency of Korea (KOICA), and recommends some policy measures to be taken by both DAC and non-DAC donors.