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The Resource The economics of foreign aid, Raymond F. Mikesell

The economics of foreign aid, Raymond F. Mikesell

Label
The economics of foreign aid
Title
The economics of foreign aid
Statement of responsibility
Raymond F. Mikesell
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
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1913-2006,
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Mikesell, Raymond F.
Dewey number
338.91
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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  • Economic assistance
  • Economic assistance, American
Label
The economics of foreign aid, Raymond F. Mikesell
Instantiates
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 284-295) and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Cover; Half Title; Title Page; Copyrihgt Page; Dedication; Contents; LIST OF TABLES; ONE / The Objectives of Foreign Economic Assistance; Introduction; National Objectives of Foreign Economic Assistance from the Standpoint of the Donors; The Relationship of the Economic Objectives of Aid to National Political and Security Objectives; National Development Objectives and Policies of Aid Recipients; TWO / The Foundations of Modern Aid Theories and Strategies: A Review of Development Theories; Pre-World War II Growth Models; Modern Economic Growth Models and Theories; Historical Stage Theories
  • Sociological and Cultural ApproachesSome Development Theories and Strategies; Relevance for Foreign Aid Models; THREE / The Macroeconomics of Aid: Foreign Aid Theories; Three Basic Approaches to Foreign Aid Requirements; Some Estimates of Aggregate Aid Requirements for Developing Countries; Comprehensive Foreign Aid Theories; A Critique of the Savings and Trade Constraint Models; Some Projections of Growth Patterns and Aid Requirements; Capital-Absorptive Capacity; FOUR / The Macroeconomics of Aid: Debt Service and Loan Terms; Capital Inflow and Debt Service Models; Debt-Servicing Capacity
  • Debt-Servicing Capacity and Loan TermsFIVE / The Microeconomics of Aid: Foreign Aid Strategies; I. ECONOMIC PROBLEMS IN FOREIGN ASSISTANCE DESIGNED FOR FINANCING SPECIFIC ACTIVITIES; Economic Criteria for Project Assistance; Project Assistance in the Principal Economic Sectors: Some Major Issues; II. FOREIGN ASSISTANCE AS A MEANS OF INFLUENCING DEVELOPMEN T POLICIES OF RECIPIENTS; The Role of Quantitative Growth Models; Foreign Aid and Economic Performance; SIX / Economic Issues Relating to the Major Forms of Aid for Development; The Issue of Project vs. Program Assistance
  • Development Aid in the Form of Agricultural CommoditiesSEVEN / Foreign Aid by Any Other Name; Aid through Trade; Government Guarantees of Loans and Direct Investments; Compensatory Arrangements; EIGHT / Foreign Aid Donors and the Burden of Aid; Capital Exports and National Economic Advantage; Measuring the Real Burden of Aid; International Burden Sharing; Aid Tying as a Means of Reducing the Aid Burden; Multilateral vs. Bilateral Aid; NINE / Conclusions for Aid Policy; The Contribution of Aid to Development; The Forms and Conditions of Aid: The Choice of Aid Strategies
  • The Role of Trade in Development AssistanceThe Terms of Aid; The Allocation of Aid; The Coordination of Aid; How Much Aid and How Should the Aid Burden Be Shared?; GLOSSARY; WORKS CITED; INDEX
Control code
ocn998785230
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (300 pages)
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781351304504
Level of compression
unknown
Note
Taylor & Francis
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)998785230
Label
The economics of foreign aid, Raymond F. Mikesell
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 284-295) and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Cover; Half Title; Title Page; Copyrihgt Page; Dedication; Contents; LIST OF TABLES; ONE / The Objectives of Foreign Economic Assistance; Introduction; National Objectives of Foreign Economic Assistance from the Standpoint of the Donors; The Relationship of the Economic Objectives of Aid to National Political and Security Objectives; National Development Objectives and Policies of Aid Recipients; TWO / The Foundations of Modern Aid Theories and Strategies: A Review of Development Theories; Pre-World War II Growth Models; Modern Economic Growth Models and Theories; Historical Stage Theories
  • Sociological and Cultural ApproachesSome Development Theories and Strategies; Relevance for Foreign Aid Models; THREE / The Macroeconomics of Aid: Foreign Aid Theories; Three Basic Approaches to Foreign Aid Requirements; Some Estimates of Aggregate Aid Requirements for Developing Countries; Comprehensive Foreign Aid Theories; A Critique of the Savings and Trade Constraint Models; Some Projections of Growth Patterns and Aid Requirements; Capital-Absorptive Capacity; FOUR / The Macroeconomics of Aid: Debt Service and Loan Terms; Capital Inflow and Debt Service Models; Debt-Servicing Capacity
  • Debt-Servicing Capacity and Loan TermsFIVE / The Microeconomics of Aid: Foreign Aid Strategies; I. ECONOMIC PROBLEMS IN FOREIGN ASSISTANCE DESIGNED FOR FINANCING SPECIFIC ACTIVITIES; Economic Criteria for Project Assistance; Project Assistance in the Principal Economic Sectors: Some Major Issues; II. FOREIGN ASSISTANCE AS A MEANS OF INFLUENCING DEVELOPMEN T POLICIES OF RECIPIENTS; The Role of Quantitative Growth Models; Foreign Aid and Economic Performance; SIX / Economic Issues Relating to the Major Forms of Aid for Development; The Issue of Project vs. Program Assistance
  • Development Aid in the Form of Agricultural CommoditiesSEVEN / Foreign Aid by Any Other Name; Aid through Trade; Government Guarantees of Loans and Direct Investments; Compensatory Arrangements; EIGHT / Foreign Aid Donors and the Burden of Aid; Capital Exports and National Economic Advantage; Measuring the Real Burden of Aid; International Burden Sharing; Aid Tying as a Means of Reducing the Aid Burden; Multilateral vs. Bilateral Aid; NINE / Conclusions for Aid Policy; The Contribution of Aid to Development; The Forms and Conditions of Aid: The Choice of Aid Strategies
  • The Role of Trade in Development AssistanceThe Terms of Aid; The Allocation of Aid; The Coordination of Aid; How Much Aid and How Should the Aid Burden Be Shared?; GLOSSARY; WORKS CITED; INDEX
Control code
ocn998785230
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (300 pages)
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781351304504
Level of compression
unknown
Note
Taylor & Francis
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)998785230

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