My new book, The Globalization of Foreign Aid, is now out with Routledge. The publishers have provided the following flyer with a discount code if you are interested in ordering. Read more below:
My book, The Globalization of Foreign Aid: Developing Consensus, will be published by Routledge in December 2017.
The book explores how aid agencies have been shaped by external influences to adopt incredibly similar policy priorities and approaches. I show how these external influences interface with individuals and a series of micro-level social processes and mechanisms operating within aid donor agencies to yield common outcomes across diverse donor contexts.
With one case study on donors and gender equality, and another on donors and security-sector reform, the book offers both quantitative macro-level and qualitative micro-level evidence to defend my claims about how the globalization of foreign aid has occurred and why it matters for the aid sector going forward.
For more information about the book or to pre-order: https://www.routledge.com/The-Globalization-of-Foreign-Aid-Developing-Consensus/Swiss/p/book/9781138569843
On May 15 & 16, the Katë Hamburger Kolleg Centre for Global Cooperation is hosting a workshop I have organized on foreign aid, norms, and the World Society.
Bringing together sociologists, political scientists, economists, and other development scholars studying foreign aid from an institutionalist perspective, the workshop is intended to be a starting point for discussion of how to better understand aid through a World Society lens (the focus of my Developing Conformity research project).
Many thanks to the Katë Hamburger Kolleg Centre for Global Cooperation and their events team for generously supporting this event.
For more information about the workshop, check out the preliminary schedule below: