Ending Aid Dependence
The author, Dr Yash Tandon, executive director of the South Centre, an intergovernmental think-tank of the developing countries, argues that ending aid dependence should be at the top of the political agenda of all countries. This will specially affect the present donor-dependent countries, in particular the poorer and vulnerable countries in Africa, Latin America, Asia and the Caribbean.
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The bigger picture Why should developing countries escape aid dependence?
OECDs definition of development aid
What is development?
A litany of false questions and solutions
Case histories the consequences of aid dependence
An exit strategy seven steps to end aid dependence
The national project
What creates aid dependence?
Seven steps to end aid dependence
The international aid architecture structures processes and issues
parallelism and reform
Summary and conclusions the future of aid
Conclusion and postscript
About the author
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