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아프리카 민간부문개발(PSD) 현황 및 한국의 지원방안(An analysis of private sector development (PSD) in Africa and opportunities for the Korea-Africa development cooperation)

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Title 아프리카 민간부문개발(PSD) 현황 및 한국의 지원방안(An analysis of private sector development (PSD) in Africa and opportunities for the Korea-Africa development cooperation)
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Material Type Reports
Author(Korean)

박영호; 정지선; 박현주; 김예진

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세종:대외경제정책연구원

Date 2015
Series Title; No 연구보고서 / 15-20
ISBN 978-89-322-1580-8 94320: 978-89-322-1072-8(set)
Pages 241
Subject Country Africa(Africa)
South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language Korean
File Type Documents
Original Format pdf
Subject Official Aid < Development Assistance
Holding 대외경제정책연구원; KDI국제정책대학원

Abstract

While Africa’s economic performance since the 2000s has indeed been a
highly notable success, it has not managed to solve the problem of poverty
as such economic success has not translated into job and income creation. The
African economy is still trapped within the confines of a monocultural economy,
relying on an inefficient system built on a limited inventory of primary goods;
it is not only failing to produce added value but also suffering from de-industrialization
with the aim of settling into the normal process of economic
turnabout still far on the horizon. The Millennium Development Goals (MDGs),
an international initiative to eradicate poverty, are nearing their conclusion
in 2015 after starting in 2000, and contrary to the initial expectations, the
lack of tangible effects on Africa has given weight to the argument that big
changes to the paradigm of aid giving are inevitable. (The rest omitted)