JICA Ogata Research Institute

Development Cooperation Strategies

The domestic economic situation and the landscape of the global political economy have changed dramatically since Japan initiated its development cooperation through ODA. It has become ever more important to review the history of our development cooperation through objective and empirical analyses to draw implications for future development cooperation with partner countries. Another unprecedented issue is the growing influence of emerging economies on development cooperation architecture, which used to be dominated by developed countries. Therefore, considering such a transformation, we conduct research that contributes to shaping new global development trends and addressing crosscutting issues. We also promote research on Japan’s development experiences and development cooperation, as well as analysis of other development cooperation approaches provided by emerging economies.

Past Research Projects

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