Foreign Aid: Pros, Cons and Ideas to Improve the Results in the World

  • Carlos Alberto Prieto-Valero Friedrich Schiller University
Palabras clave: Crecimiento, Cooperación internacional, Desarrollo, Efectividad

Resumen

El artículo analiza la situación de la cooperación internacional en el mundo. El estudio utiliza datos de un período de 50 años para mostrar información acerca de donantes, receptores, objetivos y cantidades de dinero entregadas en ayuda internacional. Usando una revisión exhaustiva de las fuentes bibliográficas, el documento presenta argumentos positivos y negativos con respecto a este tema. En el alcance, no trata de apoyar una u otra posición, sino proponer ideas y presentar alternativas para mejorar la eficiencia de la ayuda económica. Además, muestra los avances que las instituciones internacionales están implementando para mejorar sus efectos en el mundo.

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2020-11-24
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Prieto-Valero, C. A. (2020). Foreign Aid: Pros, Cons and Ideas to Improve the Results in the World. Revista De Economía & Administración, 17(1). Recuperado a partir de https://revistas.uao.edu.co/ojs/index.php/REYA/article/view/297
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