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Un Analisis Critico Del Actual Sistema Internacional De Cooperacion Al Desarrollo


  • BAEZ MELIAN, Juan Miguel



El presente trabajo consiste en un análisis descriptivo del actual sistema internacional de ayuda. Al margen del habitual apartado de conclusiones, comprende dos partes: en la primera hacemos un esbozo del surgimiento de dicho sistema, centrándonos en las causas que lo originaron; y en la segunda examinamos una serie de datos sobre los flujos públicos de ayuda exterior, comprendidos en el periodo posterior a 1989, es decir, al derrumbe del anterior equilibrio internacional. En las conclusiones se destacan tres aspectos del sistema, por el lado de los donantes, que afectan negativamente a la eficiencia del mismo. This paper consists of a descriptive analysis of the present international system of aid. Moreover of the usual chapter of conclusions, it includes two parts: in the first one we do an outline of the emergence of the above mentioned system, focused on the reasons that originated it; and in the second one we examine a data set on the public flows of foreign aid, included in the period later to 1989, that is to say, to the precipice of the previous international balance. In the conclusions, we stand out three issues of the system that, for the side of the donors, concern negatively its efficiency.

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  • BAEZ MELIAN, Juan Miguel, 2008. "Un Analisis Critico Del Actual Sistema Internacional De Cooperacion Al Desarrollo," Estudios Economicos de Desarrollo Internacional, Euro-American Association of Economic Development, vol. 8(2), pages 21-40.
  • Handle: RePEc:eaa:eedein:v:8:y2008:i:8_7

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    ayuda exterior; cooperación internacional; organización internacional; Foreign aid; international cooperation; international organization;

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    • F35 - International Economics - - International Finance - - - Foreign Aid


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