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Cambridge University Press, 978 1 107 00974 5 Ideas Interests and Foreign Aid. A Maurits van der Veen, Frontmatter, More information. in this web service Cambridge University Press www cambridge org. Cambridge University Press, 978 1 107 00974 5 Ideas Interests and Foreign Aid. A Maurits van der Veen, Frontmatter, More information. Cambridge Studies in International Relations 120, Ideas Interests and Foreign Aid.
Christian Reus Smit, Nicholas J Wheeler, E D I T O R I A L B OA R D. Stuart Croft James Der Derian Martha Finnemore Lene Hansen. Robert Keohane Rachel Kerr Jan Aart Scholte Peter Vale Kees Van. Der Pijl Jutta Weldes Jennifer Welsh William Wohlforth. Cambridge Studies in International Relations is a joint initiative of Cambridge. University Press and the British International Studies Association BISA The. series will include a wide range of material from undergraduate textbooks and. surveys to research based monographs and collaborative volumes The aim of the. series is to publish the best new scholarship in International Studies from Europe. North America and the rest of the world, in this web service Cambridge University Press www cambridge org. Cambridge University Press, 978 1 107 00974 5 Ideas Interests and Foreign Aid. A Maurits van der Veen, Frontmatter, More information. Cambridge Studies in International Relations, 119 Emanuel Adler and Vincent Pouliot.
International Practices, 118 Ay e Zarakol, After defeat. How the East learned to live with the West, 117 Andrew Phillips. War religion and empire, The transformation of international orders. 116 Joshua Busby, Moral movements and foreign policy. 115 S verine Autesserre, The trouble with the Congo.
Local violence and the failure of international peacebuilding. 114 Deborah D Avant Martha Finnemore and, Susan K Sell. Who governs the globe, 113 Vincent Pouliot, International security in practice. The politics of NATO Russia diplomacy, 112 Columba Peoples. Justifying ballistic missile defence, Technology security and culture. 111 Paul Sharp, Diplomatic theory of international relations.
110 John A Vasquez, The war puzzle revisited, 109 Rodney Bruce Hall. Central banking as global governance, Constructing financial credibility. 108 Milja Kurki, Causation in international relations. Reclaiming causal analysis, 107 Richard M Price, Moral limit and possibility in world politics. 106 Emma Haddad, The refugee in international society.
Between sovereigns, Series list continues after index. in this web service Cambridge University Press www cambridge org. Cambridge University Press, 978 1 107 00974 5 Ideas Interests and Foreign Aid. A Maurits van der Veen, Frontmatter, More information. Ideas Interests and, Foreign Aid, A M au r i t s va n de r V e e n. in this web service Cambridge University Press www cambridge org. Cambridge University Press, 978 1 107 00974 5 Ideas Interests and Foreign Aid.
A Maurits van der Veen, Frontmatter, More information. c a m br idge u n i v e rsi t y pr ess, Cambridge New York Melbourne Madrid Cape Town. Singapore S o Paulo Delhi Tokyo Mexico City, Cambridge University Press. The Edinburgh Building Cambridge CB2 8RU UK, Published in the United States of America by Cambridge University Press New York. www cambridge org, Information on this title www cambridge org 9780521264099.
A Maurits van der Veen 2011, This publication is in copyright Subject to statutory exception. and to the provisions of relevant collective licensing agreements. no reproduction of any part may take place without the written. permission of Cambridge University Press, First published 2011. Printed in the United Kingdom at the University Press Cambridge. A catalogue record for this publication is available from the British Library. Library of Congress Cataloging in Publication data. Veen A Maurits van der, Ideas interests and foreign aid A Maurits van der Veen. p cm Cambridge studies in international relations, Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN 978 1 107 00974 5 hardback ISBN 978 0 521 26409 9 paperback. 1 Economic assistance 2 Economic assistance European I Title. HC60 V397 2011, 338 91 dc23 2011018862, ISBN 978 1 107 00974 5 Hardback.
ISBN 978 0 521 26409 9 Paperback, Cambridge University Press has no responsibility for the persistence or. accuracy of URLs for external or third party internet websites referred to in. this publication and does not guarantee that any content on such websites is. or will remain accurate or appropriate, in this web service Cambridge University Press www cambridge org. Cambridge University Press, 978 1 107 00974 5 Ideas Interests and Foreign Aid. A Maurits van der Veen, Frontmatter, More information. List of figures page viii, List of tables ix, Preface xi.
1 The many uses of foreign aid 1, 2 One policy multiple goals framing and foreign aid 23. 3 Debates about aid contents and patterns 48, 4 Aid frames origins and evolution 77. 5 The administration of aid policy 110, 6 The generosity contest determinants of aid volume 139. 7 The popularity contest selecting the recipients of aid 171. 8 Conclusion frames and policy 210, Appendix A Legislative debates coded 235. Appendix B Debate coding examples 247, Appendix C Aid distribution data and sources 259.
Bibliography 264, in this web service Cambridge University Press www cambridge org. Cambridge University Press, 978 1 107 00974 5 Ideas Interests and Foreign Aid. A Maurits van der Veen, Frontmatter, More information. 3 1 Relative weight of different aid frames averaged. over all four countries page 61, 3 2 Relative weight of different aid frames Belgium 65. 3 3 Relative weight of different aid frames Italy 68. 3 4 Relative weight of different aid frames the Netherlands 70. 3 5 Relative weight of different aid frames Norway 73. 6 1 Aggregate ODA performance of DAC member states 143. 6 2 Official development assistance of Belgium Italy the. Netherlands and Norway expressed as a percentage, of each country s gross national product 144.
in this web service Cambridge University Press www cambridge org. Cambridge University Press, 978 1 107 00974 5 Ideas Interests and Foreign Aid. A Maurits van der Veen, Frontmatter, More information. 1 1 The seven broad frames relevant to aid policy page 10. 2 1 Basic hypotheses about the relationship between. frames and aid policy 45, 3 1 Arguments for aid and their allocation to different frames 57. 3 2 Relative weight of general frames over time 60. 3 3 Relative weight of general frames over time relative. to dataset average 62, 3 4 Average weight of each frame for the entire period. 1955 2000 per country 64, 3 5 Strength of general frames over time in Belgium relative.
to dataset average 66, 3 6 Strength of general frames over time in Italy relative. to dataset average 69, 3 7 Strength of general frames over time in the Netherlands. relative to dataset average 71, 3 8 Strength of general frames over time in Norway. relative to dataset average 74, 3 9 Frequency with which the salience of a frame. exceeded the dataset average by at least 25 per cent 75. 5 1 Hypotheses about the relationship between, frames and tied aid 128.
5 2 Hypotheses about the relationship between, frames and multilateral aid 132. 6 1 Hypotheses about the relationship between, frames and aid volume 151. 6 2 Summary statistics for dependent and, explanatory variables 164. 6 3 Determinants of aid volume uninteracted, panel specific autocorrelation 165. in this web service Cambridge University Press www cambridge org. Cambridge University Press, 978 1 107 00974 5 Ideas Interests and Foreign Aid.
A Maurits van der Veen, Frontmatter, More information. x List of tables, 6 4 Determinants of aid volume interacted. panel specific autocorrelation 166, 6 5 Determinants of aid volume uninteracted. no autocorrelation 167, 6 6 Determinants of aid volume interacted. no autocorrelation 168, 7 1 Top aid recipients over time all DAC donors 174.
7 2a Top aid recipients over time Belgium 176, 7 2b Top aid recipients over time Italy 177. 7 2c Top aid recipients over time The Netherlands 178. 7 2d Top aid recipients over time Norway 179, 7 3 Hypotheses about the relationship between. frames and aid distribution 181, 7 4 Independent variables that may affect the selection. of aid recipients with associated frames 199, 7 5a Selection interacted regressions all countries. combined and each country separately 201, 7 5b Aid share interacted regressions all countries.
combined and each country separately 203, 7 5c Additional data interacted regressions all. countries combined and each country separately 205. A 1 Debates coded for Belgium 236, A 2 Debates coded for Italy 240. A 3 Debates coded for the Netherlands 243, A 4 Debates coded for Norway 245. B 1 Motivations for aid with sample quotations, by general frame 248. C 1 Data used to generate Communist border variable 261. C 2 Summary statistics for non donor specific, explanatory variables after processing 262.
C 3a Summary statistics for explanatory, variables Belgium 263. C 3b Summary statistics for explanatory, variables Italy 263. C 3c Summary statistics for explanatory variables, the Netherlands 263. C 3d Summary statistics for explanatory, variables Norway 263. in this web service Cambridge University Press www cambridge org. Cambridge University Press, 978 1 107 00974 5 Ideas Interests and Foreign Aid.
A Maurits van der Veen, Frontmatter, More information. I have been interested in foreign aid for almost as long as I can. remember Growing up in the Netherlands I read the free monthly. magazine Sam Sam Working Together published by the Dutch gov. ernment to educate children about development assistance and dis. tributed to every student in the upper grades of elementary school. When I began to pay attention to national politics some years later. I took for granted that although specific features of the development. aid programme were frequently debated in the legislature and in the. media the need to have a large and generous aid programme was. rarely questioned Indeed it was not until I moved to the United. States for college that I encountered arguments against foreign aid. If Americans had a different view of the practice of development. assistance policy they also appeared to have a different view of the. theory that might explain it Rational choice theory rather more. popular in the United States than in Europe seemed to suggest that. government policies must always pursue material interests which. made aid policy with its ostensibly altruistic goals hard to explain. I began to wonder how aid policy could be perceived so differently in. the Netherlands and the United States even though the policy instru. ments were essentially the same I also wondered whether these dif. fering perceptions might explain how widely aid programmes varied. across donor states and I wondered how the logic of rationality might. account for a policy that seemed to have so many different possible. motivations, It quickly became clear that the best way to turn these puzzles. into a manageable research project was to look in more detail at. the aid policies of countries that were broadly similar on most. key dimensions but whose aid programmes differed consider. ably Accordingly I decided to focus on small and medium sized. European countries even though my argument generalizes to all aid. in this web service Cambridge University Press www cambridge org. Cambridge University Press, 978 1 107 00974 5 Ideas Interests and Foreign Aid. A Maurits van der Veen, Frontmatter, More information. xii Preface, donors as I explain in the conclusion As I researched aid policy.
and elaborated my ideas over the ensuing years I found that differ. ent perceptions of the purpose of aid policy i e aid frames have. a tremendous impact on the shape of a country s aid programme. On the other hand it proved unnecessary to look for non rational. motivations while policy makers often pursue non material goals. such as meeting an obligation or establishing a reputation they. do so quite rationally In fact the key to understanding aid policy. lies not in explaining away aid frames that highlight non material. goals but rather in obtaining reliable measures of the strength. of different frames Here I found legislative debates to be invalu. able and I spent many months combing through the parliamentary. records of Belgium Italy the Netherlands and Norway to learn. how legislators had framed aid from the inception of national aid. programmes to the present, Over the life of this project I have been fortunate to receive sup. port from more people and organizations than I can ever properly. thank A Mellon Foundation Dissertation Research Grant through. the Department of Government at Harvard University supported. my initial investigations into the topic Krupp Foundation Grants. through Harvard s Center for European Studies made possible. extensive field research in 1995 and 1996 in the Netherlands. Belgium Italy and Norway as well as the initial phase of dis. sertation writing during the 1996 1997 academic year Further. Why do countries give foreign aid Justifying ballistic missile defence Technology States for college that I encountered arguments against foreign aid per se

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