WHAT TOP THINKERS THINK ABOUT DEVELOPMENT

Walter Fust paid specific attention to the issue of conditionality and its place in development cooperation regimes. In response to the key questions on development, Fust contended that development cooperation should be based on an investors approach. He weighed the costs and benefits of grants/charity versus local resource mobilization. Arguing in favor of the latter, Walter Fust raised important issues related to local contributions to development cooperation. “Success” in development cooperation was defined by Walter Fust as innovation. 

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