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Implementation of the OECD DAC principles in South Korea : Implications for future DAC member states

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  • Implementation of the OECD DAC principles in South Korea
  • Lim, Sojin
  • The University of Manchester(Center for Organisations in Development)


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Title Implementation of the OECD DAC principles in South Korea
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Implications for future DAC member states

Material Type Reports
Author(English)

Lim, Sojin

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[Manchester]:The University of Manchester(Center for Organisations in Development)

Date 2013
Series Title; No Organisations in Development Working Papers / no. 9
Pages 27
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
File Type Link
Subject Official Aid < Development Assistance
Holding The University of Manchester

Abstract

This study aims to examine three hypotheses related to the OECD DAC principles and the compliance of member states. The research argues that most of the member states that participated in the international standards design process have shown a high level of compliance, except the case of Korea. At the same time, this study emphasises the importance of consolidated institutional structure at the domestic level for the implementation of international standards. Finally, the findings evidently illustrate the domestic legislative powers’ lack of political will or interest, which has had a strong influence towards the compliance level. In the end, this study provides implications for new DAC donors that special reviews and peer reviews can be useful methodologies to improve the compliance level for new beginners. (The rest omitted)