Aid to Fragile States: Do Donors Help or Hinder?
AbstractThe record of aid to fragile and poorly-performing states is the real test of aid effectiveness. Rich countries can justify aid to fragile states both through altruism and self-interest. But, with some exceptions, donors have appeared at the wrong times and with the wrong attitudes, even sometimes undermining development progress. [Discussion Paper No. 2007/01]
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fragile states; state failure; conflict; development aid; donors; donor coordination; capacity development; leadership; least developed countries; human development; Millennium Development Goals;
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