Pacific island countries high per capita foreign aid requirement
AbstractThe determinants of Pacific island countries large foreign aid requirement are examined using a panel corrected standard errors and a country-fixed-effects model for the period 1985-99. Empirical results provide confirmation that poor economic growth, foreign exchange shortage, quality of life, small size and vulnerability are key determinants. Copyright © 2006 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.
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