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Publications on Aid Accountability by Till Bruckner

These publications from 2004-2011 explore the transparency, accountability, and effectiveness of international aid and development. Publications of particular interest to other researchers in this field are highlighted. For a list of publications by other authors on aid accountability, and in particular on corruption in NGOs and NGO accountability, see the bibliography of my PhD thesis. ACADEMIC PUBLICATIONS
Accountability in International Aid: The Case of Georgia PhD Thesis, University of Bristol (UK), 2011 http://www.scribd.com/tillbruckner The Guns of August 2008 Caucasian Review of International Affairs 4(1), pp.91-96, 2010 [book review] http://cria-online.org/10_10.html Decision-Making and Georgias Perpetual Revolution: The Case of IDP Housing Caucasian Review of International Affairs 3(2), pp.172-180, 2009 http://www.cria-online.org/7_5.html

STUDIES AND POLICY PAPERS ON AID TRANSPARENCY, AID ACCOUNTABILITY, AND AID EFFECTIVENESS
Monitoring Post-War International Aid to Georgia: Personal Reflections on the Experiences of Transparency International Georgia Bristol, UK: 2011 http://www.scribd.com/tillbruckner Accountability in Aid: Aid Agencies, the United Nations, and Food Aid to the Republic of Georgia Washington D.C.: NGO Watch, April 2010 http://american.com/archive/2010/april/Bruckner-Food_Aid_to_Georgia.pdf Accountability to Beneficiaries: An overview of aid agency commitments Tbilisi, Georgia: Transparency International Georgia, May 2009 http://www.transparency.ge/en/post/report/accountability-beneficiaries-overview-aid-agency-commitments Internally Displaced Persons in Georgia: Issues of Concern Tbilisi, Georgia: Transparency International Georgia, April 2009 http://transparency.ge/sites/default/files/IDPs%20in%20Georgia%20%20Issues%20of%20Concern%20%28April%202009%29%20ENG_0.pdf Aid Agencies in Georgia: How Transparent are NGOs? Tbilisi, Georgia: unpublished study, 2009 Access to Information, Accountability, and Aid to Georgia Tbilisi, Georgia: Transparency International Georgia, December 2008 http://transparency.ge/sites/default/files/TI%20GEORGIA%20Access%20to%20Information%20on%20Aid%20E NG.PDF Georgian Perspectives on International Aid Tbilisi, Georgia: Transparency International Georgia, December 2008 http://www.amcham.ge/res/Bullets_on_1stPage/ti/Georgian_Perspectives_on_Aid_ENG.pdf Aid to Georgia: Transparency, Accountability and the JNA [Joint Needs Assessment] Tbilisi, Georgia: Transparency International Georgia, November 2008 http://transparency.ge/sites/default/files/post_attachments/Transparency,%20Accountability%20and%20the%20 JNA%20%28Nov2008%29%20ENG_0.pdf

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OTHER PUBLICATIONS ON AID TRANSPARENCY, AID ACCOUNTABILITY, AND AID EFFECTIVENESS


The Local Aid Accountability Delusion Devex, November 2011 [blog] http://www.devex.com/en/blogs/full-disclosure/the-local-aid-accountability-delusion Is More Accountable Aid Really More Effective Aid? Devex, February 2011 [blog] http://www.devex.com/en/articles/is-more-accountable-aid-really-more-effective-aid Secret NGO Budgets: Publish what you spend AidWatch, 2010 [series of blogs, including responses by NGOs] http://aidwatchers.com/category/transparency/ Unaccountable aid good for donors, bad for poor Providence, RI: The Providence Journal, October 29, 2010 [op-ed] http://www.policynetwork.net/development/media/unaccountable-aid-good-donors-bad-poor How Corrupt Is the World Food Program? Washington D.C.: The American, April 2010 [with Jon Entine; magazine article] http://www.american.com/archive/2010/april/how-corrupt-is-the-world-food-program Hidden NGO Budgets: Shuffling the Transparency Talk Washington, D.C.: InterAction Monday Developments, April 2010 [magazine op-ed] Zero Transparency in Donorland Tbilisi, Georgia: Georgia Today, 2004 [op-ed]

PUBLICATIONS SUPERVISED
Aid to the Republic of Georgia: Empowering Georgians via the World Wide Web Tbilisi, Georgia: Transparency International Georgia, 2009 (by Eric Barrett) http://transparency.ge/sites/default/files/ti_donor_ranking_CORRECTED.pdf Annotated Bibliography on IDPs in the Republic of Georgia Tbilisi, Georgia: Transparency International Georgia, 2009 (by Ben Sweeney) Republic of Georgia Donor Database Tbilisi, Georgia: Transparency International Georgia, 2008 (by Eric Barrett) http://www.transparency.ge/en/post/report/donor-database-dec-2008

OTHER PUBLICATIONS ON DIFFERENT TOPICS


Afghan opium addicts pay a high price Geneva, Switzerland: ISN Security Watch, March 2006 [news article] http://www.e-ariana.com/ariana/eariana.nsf/allDocs/40B895CA9BB22D3C87257130004332F1?OpenDocument Watershed Management: Online Sources Herat, Afghanistan: Catholic Relief Services, 2005 [annotated bibliography] http://www.reliefweb.int/rw/lib.nsf/db900SID/OCHA-6KYCSQ?OpenDocument Life in Shahrak: A study of life, livelihoods and development efforts in central Afghanistan Herat, Afghanistan: Catholic Relief Services, May 2005 Local Armenians see suppression in what others call bad times for everyone Tbilisi, Georgia: Georgian Messenger, 2004 [news article] http://forum.hayastan.com/index.php?showtopic=8079 Local Conflict Analysis: Georgia, South Caucasus Tbilisi, Georgia: GTZ, 2004 [editor] http://www.methodfinder.net/example59_1.html

For more information about the author, please visit http://uk.linkedin.com/in/tillbruckner The author can be contacted at tillbruckner@gmail.com