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Emerging Donors in International Development Assistance

  title={Emerging Donors in International Development Assistance},
  author={Alcides Costa Vaz and Cristina Yumie Aoki Inoue and Subhash C. Agrawal and Gregory T. Chin and Michael B. Frolic and Wolfe Braude and Pearl Thandrayan and Elizabeth Sidiropouls},
  journal={International Organisations Research Journal},
Brazil (authored in English by Alcides Costa Vaz and Cristina Yumie Aoki Inoue, translated by A. Shvets, ed. by O. Perfilieva)India (authored in English by Subhash Agrawal, translated by M. Rakhmangulov, ed. by O. Perfilieva)China (authored in English by Gregory T. Chin and B. Michael Frolic translated by Y. Zaytsev, ed. by V. Nagornov)South Africa (authored in English by Wolfe Braude, Pearl Thandrayan, Elizabeth Sidiropouls, translated by A. Shadrikova, ed. by V. Nagornov)The article presents… 

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