Readership: Scholars and students of international relations, international political economy, and development studies.
Edited by Lindsay Whitfield, Research Fellow at the Global Economic Governance Programme, Department of Politics and International Relations and University College, University of Oxford.
Lindsay Whitfield and Alastair Fraser: Introduction: Aid and Sovereignty
1: Lindsay Whitfield and Alastair Fraser: Negotiating Aid
2: Alastair Fraser: Aid Recipient Sovereignty in Historical Perspective
3: Alastair Fraser and Lindsay Whitfield: Understanding Contemporary Aid Relationships
4: Gervase Maipose: Botswana: The African Success Story
5: Xavier Furtado and Jim Smith: Ethiopia: Retaining Sovereignty in the Face of Aid
6: Rachel Hayman: Rwanda: Milking the Cow? Creating Policy Space in Spite of Aid Dependence
7: Lindsay Whitfield and Emily Jones: Ghana: Breaking out of Aid Dependence? Economic and Political Barriers to Ownership
8: Isaline Bergamaschi: Mali: Origins, Patterns and Limits of Donor-driven Ownership
9: Paolo de Renzio and Joe Hanlon: Mozambique: Contested Sovereignty? The Dilemmas of Aid Dependence
10: Graham Harrison and Sarah Mulley with Duncan Holtom: Tanzania: A Genuine Case of Recipient Leadership in the Aid System?
11: Alastair Fraser: Zambia: Back to the Future?
12: Lindsay Whitfield: Aid and Power: A Comparative Analysis of the Country Studies
Lindsay Whitfield: Conclusion: Changing Conditions?