Catalysing Development?: A Debate on Aid
This volume presents a state-of-the-art debate on the controversial topic of development aid.
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2000 White Paper achieve Africa aid agencies aid policy allocation analysis argued Bangladesh Bank’s basic bilateral donors billion capital catalyst cent Chenery criteria debt developing countries development aid development assistance Development Co-operation Development Report development strategy DFID Dijkstra domestic donor countries Dutch economic growth effectiveness of aid Emmerij ESAF evaluation example foreign aid Freedom House global governance human development IFIs impact implementation important income increase indicators inequality institutions International Development investment issues Jan Pronk Labour Latin America loans logistic regression London ment moral hazard Mozambique multilateral neo-liberal Nicaragua objectives OECD partnership perspective Petras and Veltmeyer policy conditionality political poor poverty reduction priorities programme aid recipient countries regression role sector selectivity Sida social stabilization structural adjustment Tanzania targets trade Uganda UNDP variables Vietnam Washington Consensus World Bank World Development world poverty Zambia