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Simon Maxwell

The Future of Development Partnerships in Asia: Mapping the Agenda to 2015

The Future of Development Partnerships in Asia: Mapping the Agenda to 2015, Development Policy Review, Volume 24, Supplement 1, August 2006, with Mark Robinson

This article reviews the scope of current partnerships between Asia and its development partners in aid and other areas, ranging across infrastructure, finance, trade, the environment, the private sector, poverty and social exclusion, and governance. It then turns to the key choices facing the partners, concerning: aid and aid partnerships; a new regionalism in and with Asia; strengthening multilateralism; facilitating business partnerships; and civil society partnerships. It concludes with questions about how to drive and monitor the relationship in the future, and ten propositions about future partnership................. (see link in title for full article)

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