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Horst Fischer, Maria González Asis, Anselm Schneider (Eds.)
Changing Dimensions of the International Development System
New Realities and Working Differently to Overcome Delivery Challenges
Challenges and complications facing the international development system are a pressing issue worldwide. The system is confronted by disrupting global developments at all levels of political and practical international cooperation. There is an all-encompassing search for effective "solution approaches" to meet these challenges successfully in the near and long term. The Berlin Conference in January 2019, organised by the Global Delivery Initiative (GDI) and the Doing Development Differently (DDD) community, shed light on the new dimensions and proposed detailed solutions for the effective implementation of development projects. This volume continues the discussion that took place at the conference. Decision-makers, practitioners and scientists from international organizations, national development organizations and other actors present their findings and suggestions on how the crisis should be analysed and approached - specifically, the best path for managing the implementation of development projects.
Dr. Horst Fischer is a professor at Leiden Law School and adjunct professor of international and public affairs at Columbia University in New York. He is the former director of GIZ's Representation Brussels.
Maria González Asis is practice manager of social development for the Latin America and Caribbean Region at the World Bank and co-chair of the GDI Steering Committee.
Dr. Anselm Schneider is a manager and leading public health expert with GIZ at its Bonn headquarter, Germany. From 2016 to 2019, he served as co-chair of the GDI Steering Committee.