Aid, Conditionality and Debt in Africa

@inproceedings{Kanbur2000AidCA,
  title={Aid, Conditionality and Debt in Africa},
  author={R. Kanbur and F. Tarp},
  year={2000}
}
This paper presents a diagnosis of the current dysfunctionalities of the aid, conditionality and debt regime in Africa. It is argued that the key feature of the current system is that of aid dependence, which is characterized as an unhealthy process of interaction which afflicts donors and recipients alike. Until this dependence is addressed through institutional reforms, which may lead to or require lower volumes of aid, and which need to be framed in the context of deep debt relief, aid… Expand
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