Fungibility and the Choice of Aid Modalities: The Red Herring Revisited
AbstractThe .right. choice of instruments and modalities to provide aid to developing countries in support of poverty reduction and economic development is arguably the most contested issue in the current international debate on aid effectiveness. A particular co
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aid; fungibility; government spending;
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