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Does foreign aid really work? / Roger C. Riddell.

By: Riddell, Roger C.
Publisher: Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2008Description: xxviii, 507 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9780199544462 (pbk.).Subject(s): Economic assistance | Economic assistance -- EvaluationDDC classification: 338.91
Contents:
1. 'A good thing?' - PART I: THE COMPLEX WORLDS OF FOREIGN AID. - 2. The origins and early decades of aid-giving. - 3. Aid-giving from the 1970s to the present . - 4. The growing web of bilateral aid donors. - 5. The complexities of multilateral aid. - PART II: WHY IS AID GIVEN?. - 6. The political and commercial dimensions of aid. - 7. Public support for aid. - 8. Charity or duty? The moral case for aid. - 9. The moral case for governments and individuals to provide aid. - PART III: DOES AID REALLY WORK?. - 10. Assessing and measuring the impact of aid. - 11. The impact of official development aid projects. - 12. The impact of programme aid, technical assistance and aid for capacity development. - 13. The impact of aid at the country and cross-country level. - 14. Assessing the impact of conditionality. - 15. Does official development aid really work? A summing up. - 16. NGOs in development and the impact of discrete NGO development interventions. - 17. The wider impact of non-governmental and civil society organizations. - 18. The growth of emergencies and the humanitarian response. - 19. The impact of emergency and humanitarian aid. - PART IV: TOWARDS A DIFFERENT FUTURE FOR AID. - 20. Why aid isn't working. - 21. Making aid work better by implementing agreed reforms. - 22. Making aid work better by recasting aid relationships.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. [457]-487) and index.

1. 'A good thing?' - PART I: THE COMPLEX WORLDS OF FOREIGN AID. - 2. The origins and early decades of aid-giving. - 3. Aid-giving from the 1970s to the present . - 4. The growing web of bilateral aid donors. - 5. The complexities of multilateral aid. - PART II: WHY IS AID GIVEN?. - 6. The political and commercial dimensions of aid. - 7. Public support for aid. - 8. Charity or duty? The moral case for aid. - 9. The moral case for governments and individuals to provide aid. - PART III: DOES AID REALLY WORK?. - 10. Assessing and measuring the impact of aid. - 11. The impact of official development aid projects. - 12. The impact of programme aid, technical assistance and aid for capacity development. - 13. The impact of aid at the country and cross-country level. - 14. Assessing the impact of conditionality. - 15. Does official development aid really work? A summing up. - 16. NGOs in development and the impact of discrete NGO development interventions. - 17. The wider impact of non-governmental and civil society organizations. - 18. The growth of emergencies and the humanitarian response. - 19. The impact of emergency and humanitarian aid. - PART IV: TOWARDS A DIFFERENT FUTURE FOR AID. - 20. Why aid isn't working. - 21. Making aid work better by implementing agreed reforms. - 22. Making aid work better by recasting aid relationships.

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