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Towards an MDG-Consistent Debt Sustainability Concept


  • Bernhard G. Gunter

    () (Bangladesh Development Research Center)


Many pledges to increase official development assistance (ODA) remain unfulfilled, and the current economic crisis may constrain such capital flows even further. Can increased debt financing by countries that make progress towards achieving the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) be justified? (...)
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  • Bernhard G. Gunter, 2010. "Towards an MDG-Consistent Debt Sustainability Concept," One Pager Arabic 87, International Policy Centre for Inclusive Growth.
  • Handle: RePEc:ipc:oparab:87

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