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Policy BriefAid effectiveness: Growth and beyond
The questions of whether aid has impact and is effective have been the subject of considerable attention...Aid effectiveness aid and growth Development aid
Journal ArticleA Meta-Analysis of Aid Effectiveness: Revisiting the Evidence
Part of Journal Special Issue Aid Impact and Effectivenessaid and growth Meta-analysis Heterogeneity and publication bias
Working PaperA meta-analysis of aid effectiveness: Revisiting the evidence
As research on the empirical link between aid and growth continues to grow, it is time to revisit the accumulated evidence on aid effectiveness. This paper does this by building on the meta-analysis in our previous work...aid and growth Meta-analysis Heterogeneity and publication bias