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Development Aid

Promoting growth and development
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David Rey

on 27 March 2014

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Transcript of Development Aid

Brainstorming development aid?
Research
Development Aid
Notes
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San Francisco
Budapest
The benefits
of aid
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Stockholm
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Link with the savings gap?
Multiplier effect...
Using aid for infrastructure or human capital
The reduction of poverty
Aid received by country
Who are the biggest aid donors?
Looking at aid spending as % of GDP
Assets
map
details
doodles
notes
outlook
photo frame
Dependency culture
Are there conditions attached?
Is there evidence of success?
Aid amount? GDP
Link with corruption.
http://www.aidflows.org/
Analyse aid flows using the following website
Evaluation of the benefits of aid?

What type of aid?
Are there conditions attached?
Risk of aid dependency
The problem of corruption

Tied Aid
In this type of aid the giving (or donor) country also benefits economically from the aid. This happens as the receiving country has to buy goods and services from the donor country to get the aid in the first place.


Aid dependency
Does Foreign Aid work?

Many South and East Asian countries have increased national income very rapidly with negligible foreign aid. On the other hand, Africa has received nearly $600bn of aid and its economic growth rate has been disappointing.

Plotting overseas development aid (ODA) and economic growth from 1975-2000 there seems to be little evidence of a positive relationship.
In building a dam, for example, the Britain may insist that their companies, experts and equipment are used. Whether the aid is given may depend on the receiving country agreeing to buy e.g. military jets from the donor.
Emergency aid -
Emergency Aid
Short term aid in time of crisis. Predominantly supplies of food and water and medical aid.
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