Glass Half-Full: New Trends in Development Funding (World Politics Review Features)

At a time when traditional approaches to development are already coming under scrutiny, austerity driven cuts in development aid budgets have raised questions about the long term impact of the global economic downturn on development But if austerity will certainly pose a challenge to development, it might also present opportunities to rethink and better coordinate approacAt a time when traditional approaches to development are already coming under scrutiny, austerity driven cuts in development aid budgets have raised questions about the long term impact of the global economic downturn on development But if austerity will certainly pose a challenge to development, it might also present opportunities to rethink and better coordinate approaches And even as traditional sources of development financing diminish, new technologies such as mobile banking and crowd sourced financing are offering promising alternatives.World Politics Review features are sets of in depth articles on key topics in international affairs written exclusively for WPR Our nonpartisan, nonideological articles cover diplomacy, military affairs, energy, economics and other subjects that make geopolitics tick.
Glass Half Full New Trends in Development Funding World Politics Review Features At a time when traditional approaches to development are already coming under scrutiny austerity driven cuts in development aid budgets have raised questions about the long term impact of the global

  • Title: Glass Half-Full: New Trends in Development Funding (World Politics Review Features)
  • Author: Ashley Harden World Politics Review Connie Veillette Isobel Coleman
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 115
  • Format: Kindle Edition
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