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Summary of How the Aid Industry Works: An Introduction to International Development – 1st Edition
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Why is aid contested?. The aid industry defined. How the thinking about aid and international development has evolved. Development projects: rationale and critique. Hard-nosed development: reforms, adjustment, governance. Country-led approaches and donor coordination: can the aid industry let go?. Development’s poor cousins: environment, gender, participation, rights. How does the industry knows what works and what doesn’t. Challenges for the 21st century
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