Aid on the edge of chaos rethinking international cooperation in a complex world about ben ramalingam is an independent researcher consultant and writer specialising on international development and humanitarian issues he has worked with and advised leading development and humanitarian organisations including un bodies ngos the red cross movement and government agencies he is chair of . Ramalingam ben aid on the edge of chaos rethinking international cooperation in a complex world oxford oxford university press 2013 pp 480 isbn 9780198728245 hbk gbp25 andrew jones. Rethinking international cooperation in a complex world ben ramalingam a ground breaking book on the state of the aid business gets inside the black box of aid to show how aid learns plans organises and evaluates itself explains how ideas from the cutting edge of science have been employed to address social and economic issues. Aid on the edge of chaos rethinking international cooperation in a complex world can the international humanitarian sector adapt to the new normal this post jointly written with john mitchell of alnap reflects on the emerging challenges faced by the international humanitarian sector and the need for systemic changes this piece is also published on the alnap blog and the discussion . Aid on the edge of chaos rethinking international cooperation in a complex world books or book chapters november 2013 ben ramalingam it is widely recognised that the foreign aid system which today involves every country in the world is in need of drastic change but there are conflicting opinions as to what is needed some call for dramatic increases in resources to meet long
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