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Nempy
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Does aid conditionality work?

Developed countries keep on giving developing countries aid and with some set conditionality does it really work?

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  1. argue that conditional aid is effective but its efficacy depends on recipient countries’ level of democracy because the value of aid to governments depends on the degree to which it helps them maintain power.

    argue that conditional aid is effective but its efficacy depends on recipient countries’ level of democracy because the value of aid to governments depends on the degree to which it helps them maintain power.

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  1. Just because there isn't any example of where it ever worked we can't say that it can't work... because if the developing country strategises fully on how to use the aid given then it can surely pick up. Or we can just say it depends on the condition given too.

    Just because there isn’t any example of where it ever worked we can’t say that it can’t work… because if the developing country strategises fully on how to use the aid given then it can surely pick up. Or we can just say it depends on the condition given too.

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  1. argue that conditional aid is effective but its efficacy depends on recipient countries’ level of democracy because the value of aid to governments depends on the degree to which it helps them maintain power.

    argue that conditional aid is effective but its efficacy depends on recipient countries’ level of democracy because the value of aid to governments depends on the degree to which it helps them maintain power.

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  1. Aid always has strings attached. Sometimes we might not see them but they are always there.

    Aid always has strings attached. Sometimes we might not see them but they are always there.

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