International Development Policy is a critical source of analyses of development policy trends and international cooperation for scholars, policy-makers, development professionals and journalists.It offers a diverse range of academic views from industrialised countries as well as emerging economies. Each book presents in-depth coverage of a chosen theme, and focuses on the latest trends in finance, trade and development.
International Development Policy examines the energy-development nexus: how it has intensified in recent years, how it shapes geopolitics and access to energy in Africa and it highlights how patchy energy governance is. The authors explore today's energy policy options in developing countries and emerging economies while questioning the role of development aid. International Development Policy is edited by the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, an institution of higher education and research dedicated to advancing world affairs in Geneva, Switzerland.
PART I: DOSSIER: ENERGY AND DEVELOPMENT
- Energy and Development; G.Carbonnier & J.Grinevald
- Towards Global Energy Governance: How to Patch the Patchwork; S.de Jong
- Energy Security and Sub-Saharan Africa; E.Meierding
- Old Wine in New Bottles?: Does Climate Policy Determine Bilateral Development Aid for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency?; A.Michaelowa & K.Michaelowa
- Challenges in the Energy Sector in Eastern Europe and Central Asia: An Evaluation of 18 Years of Swiss Economic Cooperation; G.Bonvin
- Indian Energy Policy and Strategy: Pre- and Post-Copenhagen 2009; M.Shenoy, G.Jain & T.Parthasarathy
- Pay to Preserve: The Global Politics of Ecuador's Yasuní–ITT Proposal; P.L.Martin
PART II: REVIEW: MAJOR DEVELOPMENT POLICY TRENDS
- Advancing Sustainable Development in Global Trade and Multilateral Negotiations; C.Bellman, A.A.Latif & J.Hepburn
- Aspects of Development Financing After the Financial and Economic Crisis; B.Gurtner
- Migration and Development: The Policies of China and India with Regard to their Overseas Communities; J.Elie, M.Lieber & C.Lutringer
- Energy and Development
- Development Policy Trends
Gilles Carbonnier is Professor of Development Economics at the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies in Geneva, Switzerland. His teaching and research interests focus on international cooperation, humanitarianism, energy and the governance of natural resources, and the Political Economy of war. He is Editor-in-Chief of International Development Policy.