G. Ananda Vadivelu
Institue of Economic Growth
While examining participatory development projects, existing contributions
have demonstrated how aid resources are often captured by local elites.
This paper hypothesises that another possible source of corruption is
collusion between Project implementers and farmers. This is examined with
evidence from the DFID funded Karnataka Watershed Development Agency
(KAWAD) project in Southern India. There is a need to develop mechanisms
for appropriate feedbacks and checks in India and this is an arena for
further research and praxis.
Date: April 26, 2011
Time: 03:00 P.M.
New Seminar Room [First Floor],
Department of Economics,
Delhi School of Economics,
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