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'if the increased aid is allocated in the same way as current aid, the increased spending on public goods would not provide the resources needed even to meet development health and education targets'.
'Contrary to what may have become popular opinion, there is a positive association between aid receipts and subsequent growth performance. There is no simple recipe that identifies the policies that ensure growth'
' There is mounting evidence that aid plays a positive role in contributing to growth, development and the reduction of poverty in developing countries, in addition to the role in providing humanitarian relief'.
This article is a book review for 'Social Security for the Excluded Majority: Case Studies of Developing Countries'.