Foreign Aid and Development: Lessons Learnt and Directions For The Futureby Finn Tarp
Pub. Date: 10/12/2000
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Aid has worked in the past but can be made to work better in the future. This book offers important new research and will appeal to those working in economics, politics, development studies as well as governmental and aid professionals.
Table of ContentsSummary and synthesis Sherman Robinson and Finn Tarp PART I: Major themes 1. The evolution of the development doctrine and the role of foreign aid, 1950-2000 Erik Thorbecke 2. The role of government in ecomonic development Irma Adelman 3. Foreign aid in historical perspective: background and trends Peter Hijertholm and Howard White 4. Aid effectiveness disputed Henrik Hansen and Finn Tarp PART II 5. From project aid to programme assistance Paul Mosley and Marion J. Eeckhout 6. Technical co-operation Channing Arndt 7. Sector programme assistance Ole Mogard Anderson 8. Food aid as an aid instrument: past, present and future Bjorg Colding and Per Pinstrup-Andersen PART III Economic perspectives on aid design 9. Using aid to reduce poverty John Healey and Tony Killick 10. Gender equality and foreign aid Lisa Ann Richey 11. Foreign aid, development and the environment Rasmus Heltberg and Uffe Nielson 12. Aid and failed reforms: the case of public sector management Elliot J. Berg 13. Foreign aid and private sector development Mads Vaczy Kragh, Jorgen Birk Mortensen, Hnrik Schaumburg-Muller and Hans Perter Slente 14. Financial sector aid Jens Kovsten 15. Foreign aid and the macroeconomy Peter Hjertholm, Jytte Laursen and Howard White PART IV Broarder issues 16. Foreign aid in the emerging global trade environment Oliver Morrissey 17, Aid and conflict Tony Addison 18. Aid, conditionality and debt in Africa Ravi Kanbur 19. Political economy of foreign aid Raymond F. Hopkins References Index
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