Lessons on Foreign Aid and Economic Development
Micro and Macro Perspectives
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Section 1: Foreign Aid and Macro and Micro Development Outcomes
2. Foreign Aid Conditionality and Economic Growth
3. Types of Aid
4. An Effectiveness, Efficiency, and Equity Approach to Examining Subnational Health
Section 2: The Political Economy of Donor Behavior
5. Evaluating Aid Agencies: Challenges, Comparisons, and Causes of Best Aid Practices
6. What Influences World Bank Project Evaluations?
7. Aid Allocation and Outcomes: What Role Do Political Motives Play?
Section 3: Foreign Aid's Effect on Institutional Quality
8. Foreign Aid and Recipient State Capacity
9. Foreign Aid and Repression
10. Can Foreign Aid Promote Political and Economic Freedom?
Section 4: The Political Economy of Privately Provided Aid
11. Potential Pitfalls in Private Aid: A Cautionary Note for Non-Governmental Assistance
12. Remittances and FDI as Privately Provided International Aid
13. The Role of Entrepreneurs in Facilitating Remittances in Cuba
Claudia R. Williamson is Associate Professor of Economics and the Drew Allen Endowed Fellow at Mississippi State University, USA. Her research focuses on applied microeconomics, the role of culture in development, and the political economy of development policies, such as foreign aid. She currently serves as an editor for the Journal of Institutional Economics. Claudia has authored over 35 articles in refereed journals including the Journal of Law and Economics, World Development, Journal of Comparative Economics, Public Choice, Journal of Corporate Finance, and Journal of Institutional Economics. Her work is cited in top journals including the American Economic Review, American Political Science Review, Journal of Economic Growth, and the European Economic Review. Her research has also appeared in popular press outlets, such as The Economist and the BBC.