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Title: Two views on aid to developing countries.
Authors: Institute of Economic Affairs
Overseas Development Institute
Ward, B.
Bauer, P.T.
Keywords: FOREIGN AID
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
DEVELOPING COUNTRIES
DEVELOPMENT AID
INDEPENDENCE
POPULATION GROWTH
TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER
POPULATION POLICY
EDUCATION
TRAINING
FOREIGN ENTERPRISES
ECONOMIC STABILIZATION
LIQUIDITY
GOVERNMENT POLICY
RESOURCE ALLOCATION
COMMUNISM
Date: 1966
Publisher: Institute of Economic Affairs, London
Series/Report no.: Occasional paper 9
Abstract: IDRC governor. Lectures on foreign aid for economic development of developing countries - (1) discusses the apparent failure of development aid; factors such as lack of independence, population increase, and technology transfer; and strategies such as population policy, education and training; foreign enterprise, stabilization and liquidity (2) argues that aid may adversely affect government policys and resource allocation, and suggests that aid is used by the West to prevent developing countries from choosing communism.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10625/1959
Access: IDRC Only
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