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Title: AID IN PRACTICE: THE IMPLEMENTATION OF EFFECTIVE PROJECTS FOR EDUCATION
Authors: RAJEEV S/O ARUMUGAM
Keywords: Foreign Aid, Development, World Bank, AIIB, Education
Issue Date: 15-Aug-2016
Citation: RAJEEV S/O ARUMUGAM (2016-08-15). AID IN PRACTICE: THE IMPLEMENTATION OF EFFECTIVE PROJECTS FOR EDUCATION. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: How does implementation of foreign aid projects matter? While much of the research on aid effectiveness focuses on the impact of aid, another important element is the study of project implementation. The development outcomes that are often studied do not tell the full story as the impact of aid projects are observed at the community or subnational level, while data is often aggregated at the national level. This paper aims to incorporate an analysis of implementation in order to study aid effectiveness. Implementation can be in terms of project-level factors, as well as donor features as well. While much of the research examines recipient behavior, and to a lesser extent, there is a healthy body of literature that examines donors from OECD countries, this paper aims to include an analysis of aid projects involving China as an emerging donor and its involvement in the AIIB.
URI: http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/134795
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