Development policy from a systemic perspective: changes, trends and its future role within a broader framework for transnational co-operation

Klingebiel, Stephan / Victoria Gonsior
External Publications (2020)

in: Revista Brasileira de Política Internacional 63 (2), e009

DOI: 10.1590/0034-7329202000209
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Over the past decade a number of changes can be observed within the development policy system. This paper presents and discusses these changes along three dimensions: narratives, strategies and operational approaches. Changes  are  manifold,  ranging  from  the  application  of  new  narratives,  such as the migration narrative, to alternations in strategic objectives (e.g. developing  countries’  graduation  issues),  new  instruments  (in  the  form  of development finance at the interface with the private sector), and the application  of  new  concepts  for  project  implementation  (e.g.  through  frontier technologies). We discuss the implications and effects of these changes for the current and potential future role of the development policy system, as well as preliminary ideas for a concept of global co-operation for sustainable development (GCSD), spanning beyond the development policy system

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Klingebiel, Stephan

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