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Beyond Short-Term Thinking: How to Spend Billions Well in Pakistan, for Them and for Us

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  • Nancy Birdsall

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  • Wren Elhai
  • Molly Kinder

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This essay draws on the work of the Center for Global Development’s Study Group on U.S. Development Strategy in Pakistan and on the ideas in the group’s open letters to Ambassador Richard Holbrooke to present five recommendations for spending aid money well in Pakistan. [CGD Essay].

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  • Nancy Birdsall & Wren Elhai & Molly Kinder, 2010. "Beyond Short-Term Thinking: How to Spend Billions Well in Pakistan, for Them and for Us," Working Papers id:2971, eSocialSciences.
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    global; development; pakistan; money; development; United States;

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