SUGGESTED BIBLIOGRAPHY ON EU EMERGENT DONORS 
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ANDRESPOK, Evelin, KASEKAMP, Andres Ilmar (2013) Development Cooperation of the Baltic States: A Comparison of the Trajectories of Three New Donor Countries. In Development Policies of Central and Eastern European States, ed. Ondřej Horký-Hlucháň and Simon Lightfoot, 117-30. London: Routledge. 

BUCAR, Maja (2013) Involving Civil Society in the International Development Cooperation of ‘New’ EU Member States: The Case of Slovenia. In
 Development Policies of Central and Eastern European States, ed. Ondřej Horký-Hlucháň and Simon Lightfoot, 83-99. London: Routledge.

HORKÝ-HLUCHÁŇ, Ondřej (2013) The Transfer of the Central and Eastern European ‘Transition Experience’ to the South: Myth or Reality?. n Development Policies of Central and Eastern European States, ed. Ondřej Horký-Hlucháň and Simon Lightfoot, 17-32. London: Routledge.

HORKÝ-HLUCHÁŇ, Ondřej (2012) The Impact of Shallow Europeanization of the New Member States on the EU's Actorness: What Coherence between Foreign and Development Policy?In The European Union and Global Development: An Enlightened Superpower in the Making? ed. Stefan Gänzle, Sven Grimm and Davina Makhan. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

HORKÝ-HLUCHÁŇ, Ondřej (2010) Policy Coherence for Development of the Czech Republic: Case Studies on Migration and Trade. In European Development Cooperation: In Between the Global and the Local, ed. Paul Hoebink, 223-58. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.

HORKÝ-HLUCHÁŇ, Ondřej, LIGHTFOOT, Simon (2013) From Aid Recipients to Aid Donors? Development Policies of Central and Eastern European States. In
 Development Policies of Central and Eastern European States, ed. Ondřej Horký-Hlucháň and Simon Lightfoot, 1-16. London: Routledge.

KOPIŃSKI, Dominik (2013) Visegrád Countries’ Development Aid to Africa: Beyond the Rhetoric. In
 Development Policies of Central and Eastern European States, ed. Ondřej Horký-Hlucháň and Simon Lightfoot, 33-49. London: Routledge.

KRYLOVÁ, Petra, SYROVÁTKA, Miroslav, OPRŠAL, Zdenĕk (2013) Assessing the Aid Effectiveness of the Czech Republic: Commitment to Development Index and Beyond. In
 Development Policies of Central and Eastern European States, ed. Ondřej Horký-Hlucháň and Simon Lightfoot, 100-16. London: Routledge. 


LIGHTFOOT, Simon, LINDENHOVIUS ZUBIZARRETA, Irina (2010) Emergence of International Development Policies in Central and Eastern European States. In European Development Cooperation: In Between the Global and the Local, ed. Paul Hoebink, 175-94. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.

LIGHTFOOT, Simon, SZENT-IVÁNYI, Balázs (2015) New Europe's New Development Aid. London: Routledge.

LIGHTFOOT, Simon, SZENT-IVÁNYI, Balázs (2014) Reluctant Donors? The Europeanization of International Development Policies in the New Member States. Journal of Common Market Studies 52 (6): 1257-1272.


OPREA, Mirela (2013) Development Discourse in Romania: From Socialism to EU Membership. In Development Policies of Central and Eastern European States, ed. Ondřej Horký-Hlucháň and Simon Lightfoot, 66-82. London: Routledge. 

PARAGI, Beata (2010) Hungarian Development Policy. In European Development Cooperation: In Between the Global and the Local, ed. Paul Hoebink, 195-222. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.

SZENT-IVÁNYI, Balázs (2013) Hungarian International Development Cooperation: Context, Stakeholders and Performance. In Development Policies of Central and Eastern European States, ed. Ondřej Horký-Hlucháň and Simon Lightfoot, 50-65. London: Routledge.

SZENT-IVÁNY, Balázs (2012) Aid allocation of the emerging Central and Eastern European donors. Journal of International Relations and Development 15 (1): 65-89.

SZENT-IVÁNY, Balázs, TÉTÉNYI, András (2013) The East-Central European new donors: Mapping capacity-building and remaining challenges. Journal of International Development 26 (6): 819-83.

SZENT-IVÁNY, Balázs, TÉTÉNYI, András (2008) Transition and foreign aid policies in the Visegrád countries. A path dependant approachTransition Studies Review 15 (3): 573-591.