Clarifying the Policy-making process of Development Assistance system for developing nations

Document Type : Original Article

Authors

1 Researcher of ICT Reasearch Institute of ACECR

2 Assistant Professor of ICT Reasearch Institute of ACECR

3 Researcher in ICT research institute of ACECR

Abstract

According to importance of development Assistance as an effective global tool for distributing wealth from rich nations to poorer one and a method to meet political, economic, and ideological interests of donor countries, many studies have targeted various aspects of development aid. Despite these studies, a few researchers focus on “how to figure out the necessity of establishment” & “how to accurately elaborate” Development Assistance Systems in ODA[1] literature review. Bridging the information gap, current paper tries to apply qualitative approach to provide policy- making process of Development Assistance system. Required data have been provided through benchmarking studies and interviews with 54 experts of critical areas such as Foreign Affairs, Policy making, Legislative, Economic, Cultural, Science and Technology, as well as domestic and foreign (Japan and South Korea) experts having experience of ODA. The results lead to the policy-making process of development assistance system for developing nations.



[1] Official Development Assistance

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