Assessing Aid (Japanese)
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Toyo Keizai, Inc.
1-2-1 Nihonbashi Hongokucho, Chuo-ku
"This refreshingly frank assessment of the World Bank and the larger aid business is essential reading for the policy community dealing with the reform of aid and international institutions." --Nancy Birdsall, Senior Associate, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace This book includes important research such as: analyzing aid's non-financial role; investigating how foreign aid is declining sharply at a time when reforms in developing countries have made it most effective; and examining whether foreign aid is "fungible." Foreign aid has proved to be effective in increasing the rate of growth, reducing the poverty level, and lowering infant mortality rates in many countries. Properly managed foreign aid can make a big contribution to improving the lives of millions. Assessing Aid sets the pace for improving the effectiveness of foreign aid in promoting growth and reducing poverty worldwide.
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