Ending Aid Dependence

Ending Aid Dependence




   

1 The bigger picture: Why should developing countries escape aid dependence?
Is aid what it says it is?
OECD's definition of development aid
What is development?
Aid taxonomy
A litany of false questions and solutions
Conclusion
2 Case histories: the consequences of aid dependence
Red Aid – the poisoned chalice
Structural adjustment: Zambia 1978–2002
Structural adjustment: Zimbabwe 1980–97
Other cases
Conclusion and postscript
3 An exit strategy: seven steps to end aid dependence
Introduction
The national project
What creates aid dependence?
Seven steps to end aid dependence
4 The international aid architecture: structures, processes and issues
The international aid architecture
Restructuring the architecture: parallelism and reform
5 Summary and conclusions: the future of aid

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