An age of choice for development finance

April 2016
Infographics illustrating the proliferation of new actors in the development finance landscape and the rise of China as a donor.
infographic: a new age of choice - 3 things to know about China in the development finance landscape
infographic: here is more money to support national development than 10 years ago
5 things governments in the developing countries want from development finance
infographic: 4 ways developing countries can get the most out of new and old finance providers
infographic: what do we mean by 'beyond ODA' flows?

Sources

Infographic 1

1) Source: Authors’ elaboration on the basis of CPI (2014a); Greenhill and Prizzon (2012); Hudson Institute (2013); IMF (2014); OECD (2002, 2003, 2015); OECD.stat website (accessed 2015); Strange et al. (forthcoming); Tierney et al (2011); Tyson (2015).
2) Authors’ elaboration on the basis of Climate Funds Update; Foundation Centre; Khennavong (2014); OECD.stat website (accessed 2015); Strange et al. (forthcoming); Tierney et al. (2011); Tyson (2015). Notes: Average 2010-2012 for Senegal refers to the average 2009–2011
3) Authors’ elaboration on the basis of Climate Funds Update; Foundation Centre; OECD.stat website (accessed 2015); Strange et al. (forthcoming); Tierney et al. (2011); Tyson (2015) Notes: Senegal’s 2010–2012 average refers to the 2009–2011 average

Infographic 2

Authors’ elaboration on the basis of CPI (2014a); Greenhill and Prizzon (2012); Hudson Institute (2013); IMF (2014); OECD (2002, 2003, 2015); OECD.stat website (accessed 2015); Strange et al. (forthcoming); Tierney et al. (2011); Tyson (2015). Notes: see page 26 of the main report: An age of choice for development finance: evidence from country case studies