Discusson Paper on Development Assistance
Discussion Papers (DPs) are parts of our endeavors to deepen understanding of international development assistance and provide an opportunity to argue important today’s issues with researchers in domestic and abroad. DPs also contribute to improve the quality of our activities through feeding back the results discussed in the DP to our projects. Following is the lists of Discussion papers written in English since 2004.
|No.7||Comparison of African and Asian Development Models: For Mutual Understanding of International Development Policies Between Japan and the United Kingdom||Shigeru Ishikawa||500KB||March 2008|
|No.6||Japanese ODA: Adapting to the Issues and Challenges of the New Aid Environment||Takamasa Akiyama, Takehiko Nakao||2.96MB||October 2005|
|No.5||Trade/Investment Policies and Development Assistance Policies of Japan: A Note on Policy Coherence||Kazutomo Abe||2.31MB||March 2005|
|No.4||The Role of Governance in Development Revisited: A Proposal of an Alternative View||Yasutami Shimomura||24.8MB||March 2005|
|No.3||The Reshaping of Japan's Official Development Assistance (ODA) Charter||Kazuo Sunaga||171KB||November 2004|
|No.2||The "Poverty Trap" and "Public Expenditure Management"
- In Pursuit of a New Development Model -
|Shigeru Ishikawa||1.03MB||August 2006(revised after accepted in 2004)|
|No.1||Commitment to Development Index (CDI): Critical Comments||Yasuyuki Sawada