THE CHANGING DONOR LANDSCAPE IN NICARAGUA: RISING COMPETITION ENHANCES OWNERSHIP AND FOSTERS COOPERATION

@inproceedings{Roussel2013THECD,
  title={THE CHANGING DONOR LANDSCAPE IN NICARAGUA: RISING COMPETITION ENHANCES OWNERSHIP AND FOSTERS COOPERATION},
  author={Lauren Walshe Roussel},
  year={2013}
}
  • Lauren Walshe Roussel
  • Published 2013
  • Economics
  • This article informs our understanding of how emerging donors can influence development cooperation relationships and practices through the case of Nicaragua. Findings suggest that emerging donors present opportunities for development cooperation in Nicaragua. By spurring competitive pressures, they are introducing flexibility into what was formerly a traditional donor-driven space, enhancing local ownership of the development agenda and fostering cooperation between donors. This case study… CONTINUE READING

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