Financing Sustainable Development

Actors, Interests, Politics

Adam Moe Fejerskov, Mikkel Funder, Lars Engberg-Pedersen, Yang Jiang, Helle Munk Ravnborg, Neil Webster

Publikation: Bog/antologi/afhandling/rapportRapportForskning

Resumé

In the fall of 2015, world leaders adopted the most ambitious global development agenda in history. Meeting the aspiring targets of the Sustainable Development Goals will require financing far beyond traditional aid. At the same time, aid itself is under major pressure as European governments cut aid budgets or divert them to meet refugee and migration issues. In this context of massive global ambition and concurrent uncertainty on the future of aid, other actors and sources of development financing seem ever more critical, such as the private sector, private foundations and the BRICS. But what are in fact the interests and modes of operation of such actors in the context of development financing, and to what extent do they align with the aims of the SDGs? And how do national governments of developing countries themselves perceive and approach these new sources of financing?
OriginalsprogEngelsk
Udgivelses stedCopenhagen
ForlagDansk Institut for Internationale Studier
Antal sider100
ISBN (Trykt)978-87-7605-793-0
ISBN (Elektronisk)978-87-7605-792-3
StatusUdgivet - 29 feb. 2016

Citer dette

Fejerskov, A. M., Funder, M., Engberg-Pedersen, L., Jiang, Y., Ravnborg, H. M., & Webster, N. (2016). Financing Sustainable Development: Actors, Interests, Politics. Copenhagen: Dansk Institut for Internationale Studier.
Fejerskov, Adam Moe ; Funder, Mikkel ; Engberg-Pedersen, Lars ; Jiang, Yang ; Ravnborg, Helle Munk ; Webster, Neil. / Financing Sustainable Development : Actors, Interests, Politics. Copenhagen : Dansk Institut for Internationale Studier, 2016. 100 s.
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Financing Sustainable Development : Actors, Interests, Politics. / Fejerskov, Adam Moe; Funder, Mikkel; Engberg-Pedersen, Lars; Jiang, Yang; Ravnborg, Helle Munk; Webster, Neil.

Copenhagen : Dansk Institut for Internationale Studier, 2016. 100 s.

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Fejerskov AM, Funder M, Engberg-Pedersen L, Jiang Y, Ravnborg HM, Webster N. Financing Sustainable Development: Actors, Interests, Politics. Copenhagen: Dansk Institut for Internationale Studier, 2016. 100 s.