The Samaritan's Dilemma: The Political Economy of Development Aid

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1.1 Design matrix for case studies 7
2.1 The most general elements of institutional analysis 26
2.2 A framework for institutional analysis 26
2.3 The Samaritan's Dilemma 38
4.1 The chain of aid delivery 62
4.2 The international development cooperation octangle 64
4.3 The donor-recipient bargaining arena 65
4.4 Principal-agent relationships within donor and recipient governments 69
4.5 Beneficiaries in development cooperation 73
4.6 Action-outcome linkages for simplified donor-recipient negotiation situations 79
5.1 Principal-agent problem, extensive form game 90
5.2 Game G: Principal-agent problem, normal form game 93
5.3 Game G+: Normal form game with a passive player 94
5.4 Game G++: Normal form game, player 3 is active 96
5.5 Public goods game in normal form 100
5.6 Tragedy of the commons 102
5.7 Equilibrium in corruption regimes 106
7.1 Sida top-level organizational chart 135
7.2 Multiple action situations of development cooperation from the perspective of a Sida staff member 137
7.3 Type of rules affecting Swedish aid 138
7.4 Distribution of permanent and temporary staff at Sida from 1995-1999 146
8.1 The place of contractors in the development octangle 162
8.2 (a) The de jure principal-agent relationship of implementation 164

(b) The de facto principal-agent relationship of implementation 164

9.1 Octangle diagram of the Capacity Building Project 176
9.2 Octangle diagram of the Chandrapur-Padghe Project 189
10.1 The octangle of actors for the case of the Zambian Energy Regulation Board 202
10.2 The actors of the octangle for the Kafue Gorge Power Station Rehabilitation Project 208
10.3 The international development cooperation octangle for the case of the Conservation Farming Unit 213

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