Aiding Global Public Policy: Rethinking Rationales and Roles
Traditional development agencies, emerging aid providers, and recipient countries are in strong agreement that the fundamental purpose of aid is to help achieve the development priorities of sovereign states in need. This agreement serves both aid effectiveness and national interest objectives. At the same time, a range of global problems is rendering development gains ever more precarious and making increasing calls on aid budgets. Such problems include instability in highly integrated global...[Show more]
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|Book Title:||Too Global to Fail: The World Bank at the Intersection of National and Global Public Policy in 2025|
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