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Allocation de l'aide internationale et instabilités sociopolitiques

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  • Lisa Chauvet

[fre] Allocation de l'aide internationale et instabilités sociopolitiques Cet article propose une analyse économétrique des effets de trois types d'instabilités sociopolitiques - instabilités violente, sociale et d'élite - sur l'allocation de l'aide internationale. En utilisant l'application de la méthode des moments généra­lisés développée parArellano et Bond [1991], nous montrons que l'effet de l'instabilité sociopolitique sur l'allocation de l'aide dépend du type d'instabilité que l'on considère ainsi que des caractéristiques des pays receveurs (les donneurs réagissent différemment à l'instabilité sociopolitique des pays à faible revenu et à celle des pays exportateurs de pétrole). [eng] Foreign aid allocation and socio-political instabilites This paper proposes an econometric analysis of the effects of three kinds of socio-political instability - violent, social and elite - on foreign aid allocation. Arellano and Bond [1991] application of the generalized method of moments estima­tions show that the effect of socio-political instabilities on aid allocation depends both on the kind of instability and on receiving countries' characteristics (whether the receiving country is a low income country or an oil exporter).

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Article provided by Programme National Persée in its journal Revue économique.

Volume (Year): 53 (2002)
Issue (Month): 3 ()
Pages: 545-556

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Handle: RePEc:prs:reveco:reco_0035-2764_2002_num_53_3_410425
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