Managing the Fiscal Impact of Aid

Bulíř, Aleš; Lane, Timothy
December 2002
Finance & Development;Dec2002, Vol. 39 Issue 4, p28
Academic Journal
Focuses on the condition of the foreign aid from the International Monetary Fund for the poor countries. Share of the budgets of donor countries; Payment for the salaries of teachers and nurses; Prospective benefits of aid.


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