november 2017

nov24All DayInformal Exchange with Researchers from Emerging Economies(All Day: friday) Paris, France


This informal exchange is the first in a series of upcoming opportunities to exchange lessons and discuss good practice in effective development co-operation among diverse actors. On this occasion, researchers from select emerging economies presented independent research findings and exchanged with participants on areas for synergy and future collaboration on three critical themes:

  • Identifying areas of common interest in making development co-operation more effective among diverse development actors;
  • Identifying lessons and approaches to engage emerging economies on issues of common interest in effective development co-operation in support of the SDGs; and
  • Exploring ways to broaden the scope of the Global Partnership Monitoring framework to better reflect the full spectrum of actors and modalities of development co-operation.

Related Materials



Research Papers*:

  1. The Troubled Relationship of the Emerging Powers and the Effective Development Cooperation Agenda: History, Challenges and Opportunities (Published) Gerardo Bracho, Käte Hamburger Kolleg / Centre for Global Cooperation Research
  2. Should China Join the GPEDC? The Prospects for China and the Global Partnership for Effective Development Co-operation (Published) Li Xiaoyun, China Agricultural University
  3. Future of the GPEDC Monitoring Framework: To Sink or to Sail? (Draft unpublished) Deb Bhattacharya, Centre for Policy Dialogue
  4. “Inclusive Dialogue and Knowledge Exchange: Exploring Strength of Cooperation Across Modalities” (Draft unavailable for circulation) Sachin Chaturvedi, Research and Information System for Developing Countries (RIS)

*The research papers are independent academic research papers, and were not commissioned by the Global Partnership. The views of the authors are entirely their own.


The informal exchange was jointly organised by the Co-Chair Germany (Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development – BMZ), the German Development Institute / Deutsches Institut für Entwicklungspolitik (DIE) and the Joint Support Team.

Click here to visit the DIE event page.