Network Cooperation: Development Cooperation in the Network Society

Network Cooperation: Development Cooperation in the Network Society

Manuel Acevedo (International Development Cooperation, Argentina)
DOI: 10.4018/jicthd.2009010101
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Abstract

Trends in international development cooperation point to the increasing networking of initiatives and programmes, facilitated by information and communications technology (ICT). This allows many more people and organizations from around the world to contribute to a given project, as with the case of online volunteers. There are various types of networks active in development cooperation, but network management needs to be incorporated by involved organizations in order to extract the expected benefits from their involvement. Network analysis practices will help determine if they are set up and managed ppropriately.

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