Partnership for International Development : Rhetoric or Results?
In the search for institutional models that can deliver more and better development outcomes, partnership is arguably among the most popular solutions proposed. But the evidence of partnerships' contributions to actual performance has been for the most part anecdotal. Partnerships for International Development bridges the gap between rhetoric and practice, clarifying what the concept means - and providing a roadmap for how to achieve meaningful partnership results. The discussion is enhanced by case studies of partnerships for public service, corporate social responsibility, and conflict resolution.
- Paperback | 250 pages
- 152.4 x 226.1 x 12.7mm | 294.84g
- 01 Nov 2002
- Lynne Rienner Publishers Inc
- Boulder, CO, United States
- illustrated Edition
Table of contents
Partnership: Promise and Practice. Environmental Opportunities and Constraints. Choosing the Right Partner for the Right Reasons. Managing for Partnership Results. Partnership for Public Service: The Barani Area Development Project (Pakistan). Partnership for Corporate Social Responsibility: INMED and Interfarma. Partnership for Conflict Resolution: The World Commission on Dams. Where to from Here? Continuing Challenges and Opportunities.