University of Sussex – Institute of Development Sussex (IDS)
MA in Poverty and Development
Aid and Poverty: The Political Economy of International Development Assistance (2013-2014)
4. Reading List
Session 1: Changing Aid Management Practices
- Barder, Owen. 2011. Can Aid Work? Written Testimony Submitted to the House of Lords.
- Guillaumont, Patrick. 2009. Aid Effectiveness and Poverty Reduction: Macroeconomic Overview And Emerging Issues.
Session 2: Concessional Flows: Whose Ownership?
- Sumner, Andy . 2012. Where Will the World’s Poor Live? An Update on Global Poverty and the New Bottom Billion.
- Busan Partnership for Effective Development Co-operation. 2011. ‘Fourth High Level Forum on Aid Effectiveness.
OECD & World Bank. 2006. Integrating Global Partnership Programs with Country-led National Programs: Synthesis of Findings and Recommendations.
- Sridhar, Devi & Tamashiro, Tami. 2010. Vertical Funds in the Health Sector: Lessons for Education from the Global Fund and GAVI.
Session 3: Emerging Donors and the Silent Revolution in Development Assistance
- Kragelund, Peter. 2011. ‘Back to BASICs? The Rejuvenation of Non-traditional Donors’ Development Cooperation with Africa.
- Walz, Julie & Ramachandran, Vijaya. 2011. Brave New World: A Literature Review of Emerging Donors and the Changing Nature of Foreign Assistance.
Session 4: International Aid: Ideas, Power And Relations: Past, Present And Future
- Jenkins, R. 2006. Where development meets history.
Session 5: Aid and Poverty – Humanitarian Action
- Keen, David. 2008. Aid (Pages 116 – 148). In Complex emergencies.
- UK Government. 2011. Humanitarian Emergency Response Review.
Session 6: The Private Sector and Development
- Humphrey, J. and Navas-Alemán, L. 2009. Multinational Value Chains, Small and Medium Enterprises, and ‘Pro-Poor’ Policies: A Review of Donor Practice.
- Edwards, M.. 2011. The Role and Limitations of Philanthropy.