Trends, Motives, and Case Studies in Indian Development Cooperation: Initial Insights

Trends, Motives, and Case Studies in Indian Development Cooperation: Initial Insights
Thursday, 19 September 2013 Add to Calendar 2013-09-19 11:00:00 2013-09-19 11:00:00 Asia/Kolkata Trends, Motives, and Case Studies in Indian Development Cooperation: Initial Insights Indian development cooperation has changed remarkably since its inception shortly after its independence. The size and diversity of its development partnerships has grown particularly over the past decade, nearly quadrupling in volume. Indian development cooperation today is comparable to the foreign aid budgets of smaller, high-income European countries with one large difference: the Indian development cooperation budget is growing at a higher rate.  During this seminar we will share initial insights from our research on trends in India’s development cooperation and findings from case studies of India’s bilateral development cooperation. India International Centre, New Delhi
11:00 am
India International Centre, New Delhi

Indian development cooperation has changed remarkably since its inception shortly after its independence. The size and diversity of its development partnerships has grown particularly over the past decade, nearly quadrupling in volume. Indian development cooperation today is comparable to the foreign aid budgets of smaller, high-income European countries with one large difference: the Indian development cooperation budget is growing at a higher rate.  During this seminar we will share initial insights from our research on trends in India’s development cooperation and findings from case studies of India’s bilateral development cooperation.