Give and Take: What's the Matter with Foreign Aid
Zed Books, 2002 - 236 pagina's
Foreign aid is a global endeavour with a huge turnover. But it is a troubled industry with few successes to its name, yet expected to respond to new and very complex problems. Can it do so? Supposed to be benign and selfless, it often harms more than it helps, and benefits givers more than receivers. Can it stop doing so? Can we create a system of genuine help -- democratic in its execution, effective in its impact, adequate in scale, just in its consequences? Give and Take grasps these questions.
A Problem Posing as a Solution?
Many tasks many friends many guises 10 Main
Who is Aiding Whom?
The Aid Regime and Power Agendas
Why provide foreign aid? 41 Why seek and accept
same address 48 Rules of the game
Aid in Chains
Towards the Receiving End
Governance without Politics?
When Money Talks What Does It Tell Us?
Outcomes in Four Dimensions
End of the Beginning or Beginning of the End?
political and economic
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