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A comparative study of ODA strategies of South Korea and China : A case of knowledge sharing program (KSP)

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  • A comparative study of ODA strategies of South Korea and China
  • Choi, Changyong; Kang, June Mi
  • KDI School of Public Policy and Management


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Title A comparative study of ODA strategies of South Korea and China
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A case of knowledge sharing program (KSP)

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Author(English)

Choi, Changyong; Kang, June Mi

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[Sejong, South Korea]:KDI School of Public Policy and Management

Date 2015-12
Series Title; No KDI school of pub policy & management paper / 15-11
Pages 48
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
File Type Link
Subject Official Aid < Development Assistance
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Abstract

The Knowledge Sharing Program (KSP) gained global attention in the late 1990s when knowledge was increasingly recognized as an important element for successful, sustainable development. Accordingly, South Korea has utilized the KSP to further promote its development cooperation efforts by sharing the strategies from its development experience through the country’s Official Development Assistance (ODA). Given that the KSP has become the representative of South Korea’s ODA strategy, this paper first examines the theoretical basis for the KSP through the three different frameworks of international, development, and cooperation. After overviewing the suggested method of evaluation and assessment for the KSP, this paper compares and contrasts the South Korea’s ODA strategies with that of China. (The rest omitted)