A Three-dimensional Panel Analysis

@inproceedings{Berthlemy2003ATP,
  title={A Three-dimensional Panel Analysis},
  author={Jean-Claude Berth{\'e}lemy and Ariane Tichit},
  year={2003}
}
The present paper adds to the already large existing literature on aid distribution as it runs an equation on bilateral aid allocation on a very rich dataset, covering 20 years (1980-99), 22 donors and 137 recipients, which permits a three-dimensional panel study (recipient-year-donor) and allows for comparisons between the different donors. Thanks to the length of the observation period, it is also possible to compare aid allocation policy in the 1980s and in the 1990s to test whether the… CONTINUE READING

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