Post-communist Country Assistance Programs: Some Approaches to Evaluation of Factors Affecting Their Efficiency
It is for nearly half a century that the problem of measuring efficiency of provision of assistance by more developed countries to less developed ones has been in the center of attention of economists. Notably, in the period after World War II the world has witnessed several stages (models) of assistance that appeared different both in terms of countries-recipients of that and by forms of the assistance provided.
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