By Alf Morten Jerve, Yasutami Shimomura, Annette Skovsted Hansen (eds.)
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4, which implies an inherent contradiction between the terms ‘ownership’ and ‘partnership’. While the former in its positive sense of ‘strong ownership’ means having power at the expense of others, the latter in its positive sense of ‘strong partnership’ implies an egalitarian relationship. Donors have difficulties coming to terms with this contradiction. ‘Ownership’ – the Japanese discourse Reading the literature relevant to Japanese aid practice, one gets the feeling that the mainstream concepts of ownership and partnership do not completely capture the understanding with which the Japanese aid authorities view these concepts.
The argument is based on two specific cases involving a combination of ‘software’ and ‘hardware’ aspects of Thailand’s export capacity. The first case is the Eastern Seaboard Development Plan with a focus on hardware and the second is the first government white paper on Thai-Japanese economic relations as an example of software. The successful combination of softand hardware in the export promotion strategy led, the author concludes, to Thai ‘graduation’ from aid recipient status. Introduction 19 The Vietnam case study by Le Thanh Forsberg in Chapter 10 presents a complexity in aid relationships that stems from donors’ diverse interests and histories in the recipient country.
In a study of ownership in Finnish aid the authors argue that ownership is high when the power of the beneficiaries (D) is strong. Hence, the following indicators of ownership were used (Moore 1996): (a) The extent of influence by the intended beneficiaries on the conception, design, implementation and operations and maintenance of a development project. (b) The extent to which the implementing agencies that influence the project are rooted in the recipient and represent the interests of ordinary citizens.
Aid Relationships in Asia: Exploring Ownership in Japanese and Nordic Aid by Alf Morten Jerve, Yasutami Shimomura, Annette Skovsted Hansen (eds.)