Creating consensus: political opportunities and barriers for a post-2015 agreement on development

This paper by Dr. Claire Melamed explores how a consensus between current trends in thinking among some of the newly influential middle income countries, and the aid preoccupations of traditional donors, could form the basis of a new global agreement on development.

The paper was prepared for a DIE/BMZ/PEGNet Conference: The Millennium Goals and Beyond: Reflections on an international development policy agenda after 2015, Bonn, 21/22 November 2011.

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