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Formato: 2019
Basic Social-Services Aid Distribution: Is It Reaching the Most Needy?
Revista:
36 - 2014
Autores:
Yolanda Muñoz Ocaña, Mercedes Torres Jiménez
Resumen:

The final objective of the eradication of poverty as pursued by Millennium Development Goals is to inexorably cover those Basic Social Needs in less developed countries. This article analyses whether Official Development Aid for basic social services is targeted at those who most need it, through the use of aid concentration curves and the Suits and weighted Kappa indexes.

Archvo adjunto:
Temas:
Official Development Aid (ODA), Basic Social Services, Human Development, Concentration curve
Sección:
Special Section
Beyond the debate of funding: Lessons from non-governmental cooperation to a political vision of development cooperation
Revista:
36 - 2014
Autores:
Sergio Belda Miquel, Alejandra Boni Aristizábal
Resumen:

In the context of the current debates around the aid system that had emer- ged in the current financial and existential crisis, the paper advocates for a deep reconsideration of the system, so it can overcome current managerial discourses and practices and embrace a more apolitical approach. For this aim, this political perspective is characterized, and two experiences that had linked Spanish organizations with Colombian and Argentinian ones are analy- zed.

Archvo adjunto:
Temas:
Development, Aid, NGO, Politics, Relationships
Sección:
Special section
Evidence and questions about development, external financing and ODA: An Analysis of Principal Components
Revista:
36 - 2014
Autores:
Koldo UNCETA SATRUSTEGUI, Jorge Gutiérrez-Goiria, Beatriz Goitisolo Lezama
Resumen:

Discussions on Official Development Assistance (ODA), and its effective-
ness and contribution to development goals, face various problems, among
which are changing targets, and the absence of a commonly accepted analyti-
cal framework. In this context, the article is an approach (through a Principal
Component Analysis) to relations between ODA, poverty and other goals, pla-
cing them in the context of various financial flows. The study is based on what

Archvo adjunto:
Temas:
Official Development Assistance, Development Finance, Poverty
Sección:
Special section
Innovative financing for development: a deus ex machina for funding post-2015 development agenda?
Revista:
36 - 2014
Autores:
Jorge Garcia-Arias, Alfredo MACÍAS VÁZQUEZ, Eduardo Fernández-Huerga
Resumen:

In this paper we critically analyze the reasons to implement innovative me- chanisms for international development finance, and the most relevant innova- tive instruments applied by the moment. We also show how, in the internatio- nal financing for development (IFfD) system, innovative financing is just another link in the chain and not a magic solution for solving all IFfD problems.

Archvo adjunto:
Temas:
Systemic Approach to International Financing for Development, International Financialisation, Global Public Goods, Post-2015 Development Agenda, Official Development Aid, External Debt, Private Capital Flows
Sección:
Special Section
La reforma del sistema internacional de cooperación frente al horizonte post-2015: Retos, propuestas y realidades
Revista:
36 - 2014
Autores:
María José Martínez Herrero, Idoye Zabala Errazti
Resumen:

This article analyzes the major debates and contributions made ​​in the field of studies and research on development and cooperation in recent decades, and the resolutions and policies that have emerged from the main international summits since de beginning of the century linked to development objectives, the financing of them and the effectiveness of official development assistance.

Archvo adjunto:
Temas:
Development, Cooperation, Finance, Development goals, Aid effectiveness
Sección:
Special section
Tourism and climate change. Proposal of a strategic framework for action
Revista:
36 - 2014
Autores:
Juan Ignacio Pulido-Fernández, Yaiza López-Sánchez
Resumen:

Tourism generates about 5% of global emissions of greenhouse gases. The
global growth forecasts this economic activity through 2030 are staggering,
justifying the growing concern over the relationship between tourism and cli-
mate change, as well as the establishment of a set of strategies that contri-
bute to mitigating the effects of tourism on climate change and adaptation of
tourism at the impact of this phenomenon can generate. Recent reports from

Archvo adjunto:
Temas:
Tourism, Climate Change, Sustainability, Mitigation, Adaptation
Sección:
General Section

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