Publications (Papers): Annual Conferences

Annual Conference Papers

These are the papers and presentations from the current and historic annual conferences.

For details organised by conference please see the conference archive here



Prowse/Martin: Closing the gap between climate adaptation and poverty reduction frameworks

Achieving climate resilient agriculture and food systems in turbulent times

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Morgan and Olsen: Adequate Explanation of Unfree Labour Institutions

The Old and New Institutionalisms

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Kedia: Forming the Basis for Integration of Local Climate Governance into Development Plans for Resilient Livelihood Transformations in Bundelkhand region

Re-imagining development under climate change: urgency, politics and transformations

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Kaltenbrunner-Painceira: New Forms of External Vulnerability: Brazil in the Global Financial Crisis

BRICs: The global future?

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My Word is my Bond

Tara Bedi and Brendan Riordan

This paper looks at the reasons why donors making aid commitments must be sure to deliver them in full and on time. Two main ethical considerations are cited (i) the obligation to keep promises by doing as you say, the deontological argument, and (ii) out of consideration  for the effects of not delivering, the consequential argument. It ends with actions that can be taken to ensure fulfilment of aid commitments.

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Brassard & Rosario: Key principles underlying the new modes of aid governance in Asia (paper)

Development Management Panel

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Brassard & Rosario: Key principles underlying the new modes of aid governance in Asia (presentation)

Development Management Panel

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Tilley: Missing the Point: Accountability and aid effectiveness in Tanzania 2000 - 2009

Development Management Panel

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Lee, Paul: Institutional dissonance and bridging: a new perspective on the relationship between religion and development (presentation)

Development Management Panel

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Canares: It's just a buzzword from above: Climate change challenge and local government indifference in The Philippines (paper)

Re-imagining development under climate change panel

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