of Ideas on Development,” Ch.2 in International Development
Assistance: Evolution and Prospects, FASID, 2003.
and Dynamic Efficiency: Framework Approach vs. Ingredients Approach,”
Ch.4 in Japanese Views on Economic Development: Diverse Paths to
the Market, eds. Kenichi and Izumi Ohno, Routledge, 1998.
Ohno, “Japanese Development Cooperation in a New Era:
Recommendations for Network-based Cooperation,” GRIPS Discussion
Paper 14-15, Sept. 2014.
Ohno and Kenichi Ohno, “Dynamic
Capacity Development: What Africa Can Learn from Industrial Policy
Formulation,” Ch.7 in Good Growth and Governance in Africa:
Rethinking Development Strategies, eds. Noman et. al, The
Initiative for Policy Dialogue Series, Oxford University Press,
Izumi Ohno and Kenichi Ohno,
"Eastern and Western Ideas for African Growth," in The World
Financial Review, July/Aug. 2013.
6. Izumi Ohno, "An
Overview: Diversity and Complementarity in Development Aid," Ch.1
and "The Japanese Approach to Growth Support in Developing
Countries," Ch.7 in Eastern and Western Ideas for African Growth,
eds. Kenichi and Izumi Ohno, Routlege, 2013.
Ohno, Learning to Industrialize: From Given Growth to
Policy-aided Value Creation, Routledge-GRIPS Development Forum
Studies, Routledge, 2012. (Ch.1-2)
For student workshops
Dead Aid: Why Aid is not Working and How There is a better Way for
The World Bank,
Assessing Aid: What Works, What Doesn't, and Why,
A World Bank Policy Research Report, 1998. (Esp. Overview
3. Mark McGillivray, Simon Feeny,
Niels Hermes & Robert Lensink,
Works; It Doesn't; It Can, But That Depends...: 50 Years of
Controversy over the Macroeconomic Impact of Development Aid,“ Working
Paper Series RP2005/54,
World Institute for Development Economic Research (UNU-WIDER), 2005.
Easterly and the Banality of the Aid Effectiveness Debate: Time to
Mapping Politics, Volume 3, 2010-2011.
Development: Dead Ends and New Beginnings,” preliminary draft
(esp. Ch.1, Ch. 7, Ch.20).
H. Wade, “Rethinking
Industrial Policy for Low Income Countries,” African Development
The Bottom Billion: Why the Poorest Countries Are Failing and What
Can Be Done About It, Oxford University Press, 2007.
8. Jose Edgardo Campose and Hilton L. Root, "Leadership and the Economic
Bureaucracy" in Ch.6&7 and "Wooing the Business Sector" in Ch.4,
The Key to the Asian Miracle: Making Shared Growth Credible,
The Brookings Institution, 1996.
9. Mushtaq H. Khan, “Governance
and Growth: History, Ideology, and Methods of Proof,”
Ch.2 in Good Growth and Governance in Africa: Rethinking
Development Strategies, eds. Noman et. al, The Initiative for
Policy Dialogue Series, Oxford University Press, 2012.
Nakayama and Ryo Fujikura,
“Technology transfer and technology development in post-World War II
Japan triggered by World Bank Projects," Ch.4 in The Rise of
Asian Donors, eds. J. Sato and Y. Shimomura, Routledge, 2012.
11. Yoshiaki Abe,
and the World Bank, 1951-1966: Japan as a Borrower,“
Journal of Asia-Pacific Studies (Waseda University) No. 17
Myriam Dahman and Christina Wolf, “Recalibrating
Development Co-operation: How Can African Countries Benefit from
Emerging Partners?” (OECD Development Centre Working Paper, no.
302, July 2011).
Greenhil, Annalisa Prizzon and Andrew Rogerson, “The
Age of Choice: Developing Countries in the New Aid Landscape” A
synthesis report (ODI Working Paper 364、January
14. Naohiro Kitano,
Impact of Economic Cooperation on Asian Countries: Focus on the
Mekong Region and Central Asia,“ Ch. 8 in A Study of China's
Foreign Aid: An Asian Perspective, eds. by Yasutami Shimomura
and Hideo Ohashi, 2013.
15. The Report of the High-Level Panel of Eminent Persons on the
Post-2015 Agenda, "A New Global Partnership: Eradicate Poverty and
Transform Economies through Sustainable Development," United Nations
Jeffrey D Sachs,
Millennium Development Goals to Sustainable Development Goals,“
Lancet 2012; 379: 2206-11
Melamed and Lucy Scott, “Contexts,
politics and processes for a post-2015 global agreement on
development,” (ODI, January 2012).
MDGs : What role for business?”
(ODI, June 2012).
The Fortune at the Bottom of the Pyramid: Eradicating Poverty
through Profits, Wharton School Publishing, 2010.
(Introduction & Part II-1)
Porter and Mark Kramer, “Creating
Shared Value,” Harvard Business Review, January/February