The Institutional Economics of Foreign Aid: Bertin Martins with Uwe Mummert, Peter Murrell and Paul Seabright, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, ISBN: 0521 808189 (hardback), [UK pound]40.00 (US$60.00)
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