De l'aide publique à une coopération transformée ?

Résumé : Over the past few decades, traditional public actors, providers of official development aid, had to deal with the growing role of other cooperation actors (emerging countries, private foundations, etc.) whose behavioural logics vary widely. Moreover, the boundary, once clear, between public and private action is becoming increasingly blurred at the risk of neglecting the provision of essential public goods for development. Given these transformations, coordinating these cooperation actions becomes more and more difficult and there is a high risk of incoherence of national policies undertaken by the States in some countries and especially in least developed countries. More than ever to insure such coherence, there must be a reinforcement of their capacity to take action through cooperation focusing on key sectors for the long term development such as human resources training.
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Jean-Jacques Gabas, Michel Vernières. De l'aide publique à une coopération transformée ?. Techniques financières et développement, 2015, p. 15-25. ⟨hal-01261050⟩



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