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Does Aid Work?

By: Robert Cassen
290 pages, 1 fig
Does Aid Work?
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About this book

Updated edition of this classic of development economics which has been shortened to remove the more technical details but includes thoroughly revised chapters and a more wide ranging bibliography.

Contents

Introduction; The Macroeconomic Contribution of Aid; Aid and Poverty; Policy Dialogue; Performance and Evaluation: Project, Programme, and Food Aid; Technical Co-operation; The Systemic Effects of Aid and the Role of Co-ordination; Aid and Market Forces; Multilateral-Bilateral Comparisons; Summary: Conclusions and Recommendations

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By: Robert Cassen
290 pages, 1 fig
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From reviews of the first edition: 'this is a welcome volume which deserves a place on development economics reading lists, while it is also accessible to the general reader' Economica
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