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Study on The Improvement of Country Partnership Strategy in terms of Aid Effectiveness of The Sector of Public Administration in ODA

  • Journal of Regional Studies and Development
  • Abbr : JRSD
  • 2017, 26(1), pp.145-186
  • Publisher : Institute for Poverty Alleviation and International Development: IPAID
  • Research Area : Social Science > Area Studies > Regional Studies in general > Comparative / Statistical Regional Studies
  • Published : April 30, 2017

PARK, SANG CHUL 1 SoJeong Park 1 Park, Jungho 2 김경대 1

1영남대학교
2한국행정연구원

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ABSTRACT

The purpose of this study is to suggest improvement of current country partnership strategy(CPS) on public administration sector for enhancing official development assistance(ODA) effectiveness. The study conducted case analysis on 8 countries, which are Bangladesh, Cambodia, Laos, Nepal, Indonesia, Pakistan, Vietnam, and Philippine, located in Asia. This is because Korea has maintained Asia-focused assistance trends since first phase of ODA, and currently has invested more than half of total ODA budget. Korea’s priority assistance countries in Asia are 11 countries, but three countries were excepted, which were not dealt with International Index used in the article. We utilized BTI, and EGDI for the analysis. According to the results, vulnerable sector of recipients revealed were not consistent with Korea’s priority assistance sector in each CPS. Thus, CPS should be supplemented. This study suggested three recommendations as following. First, it is important to define priority of ODA program unaffected from political nature by using objective evaluation index. Second, it is necessitate to strengthen connectivity between CPS and public administration sector. Finally, customized CPS should be established based on the results above. Through these suggestion, South Korea could improve effectiveness of ODA as reconciling Koreas’ ODA and demands of recipient countries.

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