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Humanitarian engineering : innovative approaches and partnerships in crisis response (English)

The overall purpose was to identify how reconstruction of infrastructure and provision ofessential services could be more effective,especially in countries, such as Lebanon andJordan, facing a massive refugee crisis driven by the war in Syria. ... See More +

Brief 108683 JUN 01, 2016

Tayler,Yolanda Disclosed

Amendment No. 2 to the Administration Agreement with New Zealand for TF070932 Conformed (English)

Agreement MAY 02, 2011

Hanneke Van Tilburg Disclosed

Individual and country-level factors affecting support for foreign aid (English)

In recent years donor countries have committed to dramatic increases in the supply of foreign aid to developing countries. Meeting and sustaining such commitments will require sufficient support among donor country voters and taxpayers. ... See More +

Policy Research Working Paper WPS4714 SEP 01, 2008

Paxton, Pamela; Knack, Stephen Disclosed

Maximizing aid effectiveness in microfinance (Arabic)

Five core elements of effectiveness - strategic clarity and coherence, strong staff capacity, accountability for results, relevant knowledge management, and appropriate instruments are a key for development assistance agencies and other founders to improve how they support financial systems for the poor, and identify their comparative advantage and best level of engagement. ... See More +

Brief 34242 FEB 01, 2005

Cook, Tamara Russian, French, Chinese, English Disclosed

Macro-economic aspects of the effectiveness of foreign aid : on the two - gap model, home goods disequilibrium and real exchange rate misalignment (English)

We construct an open economy disequilibrium model to assess the welfare effects of aid in different macroeconomic regimes. Aid is shown to have different effects in different unemployment regimes because it increases the social costs of wage-price rigidities in the classical regime but decreases them in the Keynesian unemployment regime. ... See More +

Departmental Working Paper DRD112 SEP 01, 1984

van Wijnbergen, Sweder Disclosed