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Bistånd och Relationer

Haglund, Jens (2008)
Department of Political Science
Abstract
The members of the OECD have agreed on giving aid assistance to developing

countries in a way of promoting their own capacity of handling the challenge

of poverty and development. The members also cooperate and coordinate their

aid to recipient countries in the purpose of giving as effective assistance as

possible. The aid from these countries is often intended to human rights,

democracy and has a humanitarian idea. This is the way from the OECD

countries. The Chinese way of giving aid mostly aimed at the industry of the

recipient to promote the economic growth to lift the country out of poverty.

The Chinese way do not aim or intend their aid at promoting human rights or

democracy, often just industry and infrastructure. This... (More)
The members of the OECD have agreed on giving aid assistance to developing

countries in a way of promoting their own capacity of handling the challenge

of poverty and development. The members also cooperate and coordinate their

aid to recipient countries in the purpose of giving as effective assistance as

possible. The aid from these countries is often intended to human rights,

democracy and has a humanitarian idea. This is the way from the OECD

countries. The Chinese way of giving aid mostly aimed at the industry of the

recipient to promote the economic growth to lift the country out of poverty.

The Chinese way do not aim or intend their aid at promoting human rights or

democracy, often just industry and infrastructure. This study compares the two

aid approaches, illustrates them in Angola and the Democratic Republic of

Congo and seeks to explain what kind of relation the different types of aid

giving create between recipients and donors. (Less)
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author
Haglund, Jens
supervisor
organization
year
type
M2 - Bachelor Degree
subject
keywords
Kina, OECD, Biståndspolicy, Biståndsrelationer, Angola, Demokratiska Republiken Kongo, Peace and conflict research, polemology, Freds- och konfliktforskning
language
Swedish
id
1318034
date added to LUP
2008-06-16
date last changed
2015-12-14 13:34:38
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  abstract     = {The members of the OECD have agreed on giving aid assistance to developing

countries in a way of promoting their own capacity of handling the challenge

of poverty and development. The members also cooperate and coordinate their

aid to recipient countries in the purpose of giving as effective assistance as

possible. The aid from these countries is often intended to human rights,

democracy and has a humanitarian idea. This is the way from the OECD

countries. The Chinese way of giving aid mostly aimed at the industry of the

recipient to promote the economic growth to lift the country out of poverty.

The Chinese way do not aim or intend their aid at promoting human rights or

democracy, often just industry and infrastructure. This study compares the two

aid approaches, illustrates them in Angola and the Democratic Republic of

Congo and seeks to explain what kind of relation the different types of aid

giving create between recipients and donors.},
  author       = {Haglund, Jens},
  keyword      = {Kina,OECD,Biståndspolicy,Biståndsrelationer,Angola,Demokratiska Republiken Kongo,Peace and conflict research, polemology,Freds- och konfliktforskning},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Bistånd och Relationer},
  year         = {2008},
}