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Record identifier : 567141
Personal Name - Primary Intelectual Responsibility : Porter, Helen
Title and statement of responsibility : Behind multilateral aid in the 21st century: A case study of the World Bank and the District Primary Education Program in India [Thesis]
Publication, Distribution,Etc. : New York University, 2004
Language of the Item : eng
Dissertation of thesis details and type of degree : Ph.D.
Body granting the degree : , New York University
Summary or Abstract : This dissertation is concerned with the World Bank's participation in India's first District Primary Education Program (DPEP I) in the early 1990's. The focus of the research is the negotiations and understandings between education sector officials of the World Bank and the Government of India for DPEP I. This dissertation has contributed to the body of knowledge about education aid projects funded by the World Bank because it explores the case study through the perspective of the education sectors at both the World Bank and in the Government of India. Most studies about the World Bank are viewed from the perspective of financial officials or economists. This study qualifies the position of many critics of the World Bank who maintain that specific requirements or conditions drive World Bank project funding. The research showed that DPEP I was a Government of India education sector directed project. The mutual understandings between the lead education sector negotiators at the World Bank and in the Government of India set the goals and implementation direction for DPEP I while at the same time accommodated the mandates and organizational structures of both organizations. The research for DPEP I also showed that the negotiation process yielded a lack of mutual understanding between education sector lead negotiators and field functionaries at the World Bank and in the Government of India about the goals and implementation direction. These misunderstandings led to implementation confusion and reduction of project success..
Information of biblio record : TL
 
 
 
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