Overseas Aid: Its Defence and Reform
Wheatsheaf, 1987 - 264 sider
Discusses the effectiveness of aid in relation to its various objectives: increasing production in developing countries, assisting the poorest people in these countries, and furthering the commercial and political objectives of the donor. The author makes a strong case for the continuation of aid flows, but argues that radical reforms are required if they are to have their proper effect.
The international politics of
Appendix A formal model of the determination
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