Emerging Donors in International Development Assistance: The India Case
A summary of the report consisting of five main sections. The first explores the historical development of India’s transformation from recipient to donor of international development assistance. The second section examines the structure, flows, and priority areas of Indian development assistance. The third section looks at the emphasis placed on training, education and research for development, while the fourth section examines India’s approach to international collaboration. Finally, the fifth section explores the emerging trends and future of India’s development assistance programs.
- Publication year: 2007
- Publication Type: Executive Summary
- Form of Cooperation: Comprehensive (Lines of credit, grants and loans, and technical assistance).
- Cooperation Context: Multilateral
- Sector: Multi-sectoral
- The Institution (Publication): International Development Research Centre (IDRC)
- Author (and co-authors): Subhash Aggarwal
- Keywords: South-South cooperation; Indian Development Assistance; Institutional structure; outward flows; training, education, and research for development; India’s approach to development assistance collaboration; emerging trends of Indian development assistance
- link: https://pdfs.semanticscholar.org/4d4a/0eb56f627e63b09ecfd7e58e460970f42753.pdf