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Emerging donors and knowledge sharing for development : The case of Korea

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  • Emerging donors and knowledge sharing for development
  • Aboubacar, Moctar
  • Yale Journal of International Affairs


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Title Emerging donors and knowledge sharing for development
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The case of Korea

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Author(English)

Aboubacar, Moctar

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[New Haven]:Yale Journal of International Affairs

Date 2014-06
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
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Subject Official Aid < Development Assistance
Official Aid < Development Administration
Holding Yale Journal of International Affairs

Abstract

The field of international development cooperation is being increasingly influenced by “emerging donors,” countries like South Korea which are capitalizing on their own development history to engage developing countries with innovative policy experiences. These newly formulated development cooperation initiatives face significant challenges, however, especially when negotiating what role the state should play in interpreting a country’s past development. South Korea’s case shows that if emerging donors can address key issues inherent to knowledge sharing in their new programs, they could mobilize a wealth of policy know-how to augment development initiatives in other countries.