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Mutual Priority and Aid Effectiveness: Is South Korea a Major Donor to its Major Recipients?

Title
Mutual Priority and Aid Effectiveness: Is South Korea a Major Donor to its Major Recipients?
Authors
Oh, Jinhwan
Ewha Authors
오진환
SCOPUS Author ID
오진환scopus
Issue Date
2014
Journal Title
PACIFIC FOCUS
ISSN
1225-4657JCR Link

1976-5118JCR Link
Citation
PACIFIC FOCUS vol. 29, no. 1, pp. 116 - 139
Keywords
fragmentationaid effectivenessmutual priority
Publisher
WILEY-BLACKWELL
Indexed
SSCI; SCOPUS; KCI WOS
Document Type
Article
Abstract
If donor and recipient countries act with mutual priority with regard to official development assistance (ODA), the recipient can manage the ODA with less transaction cost and the donor can pay extra attention to its recipient with more responsibility for development. For example, the United States and Japan used to be South Korea's primary donors and South Korea used to be their primary recipient, as well. This could be a factor explaining the effectiveness of aid that South Korea had received in the past. However, this mutual priority is not observed when South Korea is disbursing its ODA as a donor. Policies of providing more ODA to stronger commercial ties as well as the current international trend of donor proliferation and recipient fragmentation may explain this.
DOI
10.1111/pafo.12023
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국제대학원 > 국제학과 > Journal papers
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