Applying conditionality to development assistance
The announcement on 6 May 2004 by the Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) of the 16 countries eligible to receive funding under the Bush Administration’s Millennium Challenge Account (MCA) is a key step in the process of determining the direction of development assistance by applying quantitative international comparators to the governance performance of developing countries. It is the latest in a series of conditionality strategies aimed at making aid ‘effective’.
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