First published in 1999, Browne creates a comprehensive assessment of post war development assistance in developing countries. Browne suggests that a better managed global environment, developing counties could further advance themselves and thus minimising then diminishing their need for aid resources.
1. Origins of Aid. 2. A Brief History of Aid. 3. Towards the End of Aid? 4. Lessons of the Aid and Development Record. 5. Debt Forgiveness: Waiving not Drowning. 6. Freer Trade Better Than Constrictive Aid. 7. Regionalism: Expanding Lateral Partnership. 8. The Informal Revolution. 9. Strengthening Global Development Institutions. 10. Beyond Aid.
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