The Africa Infrastructure Development Index (AIDI)AIDI Development Index (AIDI) May 2013 AfDB
Successes and Limitations of a Top-Down Approach to Governance: the Case of Anti-Corruption in RwandaISPI Analysis N° 164, March 2013 Alessandro Bozzini, GIZ Technical Advisor, Rwanda
Unblocking results: Using aid to address governance constraints in public service deliveryISBN: 978-1-909464-35-3 © Overseas Development Institute 2013 May 2013
Shared Security And Peace Governance The Malian Experience Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung ISBN: 978-978-923-731-9 February 2012
African Media Barometer 2012The first home grown analysis of the media landscape in Africa Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung (FES) fesmedia Africa 2012
Policy Brief: What Future for the Joint Africa-EU Strategy?Policy Brief n° 3 Africa Governance Institute June 2013
Strategic partnerships and sustainable investments: How can China support the African Mining Vision?Strategic partnerships and sustainable investments: How can China support the African Mining Vision? Centre for Chinese Studies Policy Briefing May 2013
The State of Governance in Africa: The Dimension of Illicit Financial Flows as a Governance Challenge Third Meeting of the Committee on Governance and Popular Participation, Economic Commission for Africa, February 2013
The Political Economy of Fiscal Transparency, Participation, and Accountability Around the WorldKhagram, S., de Renzio, P., and Fung, A. (2013). Overview and synthesis: The political economy of fiscal transparency, participation, and accountability around the world. In S. Khagram, A. Fung, de Renzio, P. (Eds.), Open Budgets: The Political Economy of Transparency, Participation, and Accountability (pp. 1-50). Washington, DC: Brookings Institution Press Brookings Institution Press
Sachin Chaturvedi, Thomas Fues and Elizabeth Sidiropoulos, 10 May 2012, 288 pages, ISBN: 9781780320632
The current framework of development cooperation is dominated by the experiences of industrialized countries. But emerging economies have begun to accelerate their own development programmes, and attempts to bring them into existing aid models have been met with caution and reservation.
This expert, topical volume explores the development policies of Brazil, China, India, Mexico and South Africa, analysing how South-South cooperation has evolved and where it differs from traditional development cooperation. This vital new collection brings together first-hand experience from these countries to provide a forward-looking analysis of the current global architecture of development cooperation and of the possible convergence of traditional and emerging development actors.