• Corpus ID: 110129405

THE DEVELOPMENTAL EFFECTIVENESS OF UNTIED AID: EVALUATION OF THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE PARIS DECLARATION AND OF THE 2001 DAC RECOMMENDATION ON UNTYING ODA TO THE LDCS

@inproceedings{Mccarty2009THEDE,
  title={THE DEVELOPMENTAL EFFECTIVENESS OF UNTIED AID: EVALUATION OF THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE PARIS DECLARATION AND OF THE 2001 DAC RECOMMENDATION ON UNTYING ODA TO THE LDCS},
  author={Adam Mccarty and Alexander Julian and Daisy Banerjee},
  year={2009}
}

A Conflict of Interests: Revisiting Development Assistance Committee Members’ Tied Aid Policy Post 2001

analysis on a sample of eight member of the These countries are democratic in structure with high levels of electoral competition relative to non-democratic countries based on indicators from the

Relative Effectiveness of Bilateral and Multilateral Aid on Development Outcomes

Aid donors are interested in understanding whether allocating aid via bilateral or multilateral channels might be more effective for achieving development goals. We review 45 papers that empirically

Governing aid from China through embedded informality: Institutional response to Chinese development aid in Laos

This study explores how Laos PDR has its adjusted institutional settings in response to China’s aid. The study argues that the donor-oriented approach is not sufficient to explain Chinese overseas

The Evolution of South-South Development Cooperation: Guiding Principles and Approaches

South-South Cooperation (SSC) has attracted the attention of the development community in terms of both its ‘impact’ on traditional aid and the integration of its values into the work of multilateral

Good Governance as Managerialism: Rationalisation and International Donors in Vietnam's Rural Water Supply and Sanitation Sector

type="main" xml:id="dpr12144-abs-0001"> Donors’ appreciation of their relationship with Vietnam as a ‘mature development partnership’ requires explanation. Drawing on Rural Water Supply and

Japan's changing official development assistance : how institutional reforms affected the role of Japan's private sector in ODA delivery

Despite its OECD membership and transformation from aid recipient into a major donor of official development assistance (ODA), Japan has long been criticized for pursuing commercial interests through

Commercialization: An Option for Sustaining the Nonprofit Sector in Developing Countries

The importance of the nonprofit sector in enhancing sustainable development especially in developing countries where states and markets often fail is generally recognized in the literature on

References

SHOWING 1-10 OF 13 REFERENCES

Sengkeo Kingsada Consulting (2006) ‘Mineral Exports; A contribution to Lao development

  • Sweden ODA to Lao PDR, accessed from: http://sida.se/sida/jsp/sida.jsp?d=543&a=36080&language=en_US. Than M. & Tan L. (1997) ‘Lao’s Dilemmas and Options’, Institute of South Asian Studies, p. 260.
  • 2007

Does Aid Create Trade? An Investigation for European Donors and African Recipients

This article has a simple aim – to demonstrate that an empirical link between aid and trade may exist (for some donor-recipient pairs), but that the nature of this linkage is complex and can take a

The Nature of Aid and Trade Relationships

Researchers have analysed the relationship between aid and trade flows from donors to recipients to address one of two questions: (a) do donors use aid to increase their trade with recipients (aid

French and Japanese Economic Relations with Vietnam Since 1975

This study compares the strategies of France and Japan in trying to win economic and political influence in the newly emerging Vietnam. With the end of the Cold War, the fight for power in the world

Tied Aid, Trade-Facilitating Aid or Trade-Diverting Aid?

Donor aid is often regarded as being informally tied (aid increases donorrecipient exports) and this effect is, in general, interpreted as being harmful to aid recipients. However, in this paper,

Does German Development Aid Promote German Exports?

Abstract This paper uses a static and dynamic gravity model of trade to investigate the link between German development aid and exports from Germany to the recipient countries. The findings indicate

Aid and Trade – A Donor's Perspective

Abstract One reason donors provide foreign aid is to support their exports to aid-recipient countries. Time series data for Germany suggests an average return of between US$1.04–$1.50 for each US

The complementarity between U.S. foreign direct investment stock and trade

Within a gravity model framework, this paper will establish that trade and foreign direct investment (FDI) are complementary, using trade and FDI stock data on a bilateral basis between the U.S. and

Analysing South Korea's ICT for Development Aid Programme

Since the year 2000, there has been a significant growth in the ICT4D component of South Korea's aid programme. Given Korea's ICT capabilities and demands for ICT4D support from developing nations,