Aid and the Public Sector in Pakistan : Evidence with Endogenous Aid by

@inproceedings{FrancoRodriguez1998AidAT,
  title={Aid and the Public Sector in Pakistan : Evidence with Endogenous Aid by},
  author={Susana Franco-Rodriguez},
  year={1998}
}
  • Susana Franco-Rodriguez
  • Published 1998
Aid has been the principal source of development finance for the majority of developing countries over the past few decades. This has spawned a large literature on the effectiveness of aid, which remains essentially inconclusive. The empirical literature has tended to evaluate the impact of aid by including it as a variable in a regression for the determinants of some economic performance indicator. This paper follows a different strand of the literature and examines the impact of aid on public… CONTINUE READING
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