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How to account for concessional loans in aid statistics?


  • Cassimon, Danny
  • Renard, Robrecht
  • Verbeke, Karel


This is an output of the Acropolis BeFinD project. The ‘Belgian Policy Research group on Financing for Development’ (BeFinD) is a collaboration between the University of Namur (CRED), the KU Leuven (HIVA and CGGS) and the University of Antwerp (IOB) in the framework of the VLIR-UOS and ARES-CCD supported Acropolis project, that provides policy research support to the Belgian Development Cooperation. The opinions expressed in this policy brief are those of the authors only.

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  • Cassimon, Danny & Renard, Robrecht & Verbeke, Karel, 2014. "How to account for concessional loans in aid statistics?," IOB Analyses & Policy Briefs 9, Universiteit Antwerpen, Institute of Development Policy (IOB).
  • Handle: RePEc:iob:apbrfs:2014004

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    1. William Hynes & Simon Scott, 2013. "The Evolution of Official Development Assistance: Achievements, Criticisms and a Way Forward," The Institute for International Integration Studies Discussion Paper Series iiisdp437, IIIS.
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    3. Kris Bachus & Emilie Bécault, 2017. "Climate finance reporting in Belgium: towards a more comprehensive reporting system," BeFinD Working Papers 0118, University of Namur, Department of Economics.
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    5. Hugo Couderé, 2018. "To Blend or not to Blend: Towards a Belgian Blended Finance Policy," BeFinD Working Papers 0128, University of Namur, Department of Economics.

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