Towards Long-Term Cooperation
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In assessing the criteria for deciding when aid should be granted - or refused - to countries where government policies contradict the economic and social prerequisites of development, Dudley Seers is right to stress the importance of two principles, which are too often ignored: 1) Aid for development purposes presupposes the active cooperation of the recipient country. 2) The basic aims of aid should be seen as part of a long term plan.
Is part of seriesIDS Bulletin;4.2-3
Rights holderInstitute of Development Studies
- Volume 4, Issues 2-3