Recipients and Contributors : Middle income countries and the future of development cooperation

  title={Recipients and Contributors : Middle income countries and the future of development cooperation},
  author={José Antonio Alonso and Jonathan Glennie and Andy Sumner},
Authors’ note: In the interests of providing a succinct and readable paper, we have tended to eschew a reiteration of context, evidence and argument found in our previous papers, and those of other analysts, in favour or arriving more swiftly at proposals for policy makers and development practitioners. We have kept references down to a minimumWe wish to thank Department for International Development (DFID), of the United Kingdom, Secretaría General de Cooperación Internacional para el… CONTINUE READING

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