Improving Aid Effectiveness in Aid-Dependent Countries: Lessons from Zambia

by Monica Beuran, Gaël Raballand, Julio Revilla
Documents de Travail du Centre d’Economie de la Sorbonne, 2011

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This paper examines the issue of aid effectiveness in Zambia, especially in terms of how the incentive structure faced by donors may lead to decreased accountability and inadequate concern for long-term outcomes, rendering aid less beneficial. The paper concludes by proposing a revised approach to the provision and use of international aid in Zambia, as well as in other aid-dependent countries in Sub-Saharan Africa.

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