McGillivray, Mark 2011, Aid allocation and fragile states. In Naudé, Wim, Santos-Paulino, Amelia U. and McGillivray, Mark (ed), Fragile states : causes, costs, and responses, Oxford University Press, Oxford, England, pp.166-185, doi: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199693153.003.0009.
This chapter summarizes research on aid allocation and effectiveness, highlighting the current findings of recent research on aid allocation to fragile states. Fragile states are defined by the donor community as those with either critically poor policies or poorly performing institutions, or both. The chapter examines the research findings in the broader context of research and analysis on how aid should and is being allocated across all developing countries. Various aid allocation models and their implications for aid to fragile states are considered. The chapter also looks at types of instruments and their sequencing in fragile states.
Field of Research
140202 Economic Development and Growth
Socio Economic Objective
970116 Expanding Knowledge through Studies of Human Society
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