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By Jonathan Glennie, Andy Sumner

ISBN-10: 113757271X

ISBN-13: 9781137572714

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ISBN-13: 9781137572721

The authors speak about the influence of international relief and take on the query of why assessing the effect of reduction is so tricky. The authors specialise in peer-reviewed, cross-country reports released during the last decade and draw jointly a few global-level checks, contemplating the context and prerequisites below which relief may be stated to ‘work’. Glennie and Sumner argue that the proof in 4 parts exhibits symptoms of convergence which could have direct relevance for coverage judgements on relief and for reduction effectiveness discussions. those are as follows: reduction degrees (meaning if relief is simply too low or too high); family political associations (including political balance and quantity of decentralisation); relief composition (including sectors, modalities, ambitions and time horizons); and relief volatility and fragmentation. significantly, this learn unearths that there's no consensus that the effectiveness of reduction is determined by orthodox financial policies.

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Washington, DC: World Bank. org/ CHAPTER 3 Assessing Aid: Conceptual and Methodological Issues Abstract In this chapter we discuss issues of methodology related to aid effectiveness studies with a focus on causality and bias. We discuss the methodological issues emerging from the aid effectiveness literature. ’ has been dominant in aid debates since the mid1970s. 2 On the one hand, there are fewer ‘traditional’ poor countries where the case for aid as resource transfer has been clearest. Even in these countries—whether they are labelled Least Developed (LDC) or Low Income Countries (LICs)—aid dependency Official Development Assistance/ Gross National Income (ODA/GNI) has been declining (see Fig.

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