Paper $45.00 ISBN: 9780745323862 Published December 2005 For Sale in All Americas and the Caribbean except Canada

The Aid Effect: Giving and Governing in International Development

Edited by David Mosse and David Lewis

The Aid Effect: Giving and Governing in International Development

Edited by David Mosse and David Lewis

Distributed for Pluto Press

232 pages | 5.31496 x 8.46457
Paper $45.00 ISBN: 9780745323862 Published December 2005 For Sale in All Americas and the Caribbean except Canada
Contents
1. Introduction: The Ethnography of Donors and Neoliberal Policy David Mosse
2. An Ethnography of ‘Loan Arrangements’ between the Bretton Woods Institutions and the Government of Malawi: Good Governance as Technology Gerhard Anders
3. Timing, Scale and Style: Capacity as Governmentality in Tanzania Jeremy Gould
4. The Reinvention of Ownership at the Dutch Ministry of Development Cooperation Monique Nuijten and Jilles van Gastel
5. Who Owns the Gift? Donor-Recipient Relations and the National Elections in Bolivia Rosalind Eyben and Rosario Leon
6. Interconnected and Interinfected: DOTS and the Stabilisation of the Tuberculosis Control Programme in Nepal Ian Harper
7. The Worshippers of Rules: Defining the Right and Wrong in Local Project Applications in Estonia Aet Annist
8. Unstating ‘the Public’: An Ethnography of Reform in an Urban Public Sector Utility in South India Karen Coelho
9. The Disjuncture of Things: Some Remarks About a New Agenda for Studying Development Philip Quarles van Ufford
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