ODA: Official Development Assistance or Opportunity, Duty and Agenda? A Comparative Analysis of Japan and Australia as Foreign Aid Donors in the South Pacific, 1976-2000 – Brian Cosgriff

“The aid patterns and policies of Japan and Australia are looked at individually during the Cold War period and beyond. A comparison of the two donors follows, which shows the similarities and differences as well as the changes and continuities in their approaches to the region, and the extent to which they have evolved over time. While the thesis is guided by two of only a few comparative analyses of aid donor ambitions, an attempt is made to develop a basis for comparison that takes into account the unique nature of the South Pacific.”

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Cosgriff, Brian. 2001. ODA: Official Development Assistance or Opportunity, Duty and Agenda? A Comparative Analysis of Japan and Australia as Foreign Aid Donors in the South Pacific, 1976-2000. Thesis. University of Canterbury.

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