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Raudino offers a wide array of anecdotal evidence from his fieldwork experience as a UN and EU civil servant in Angola (2005–2006), South Africa (2007–2008) and Afghanistan (2013–2016) to introduce some of the critical questions setting the systematic research developed in the book. Why official development assistance (ODA) to Africa—which since the 1960s has costed seven times the value of the Marshall Plan without producing any safe result to speak of—has never been discontinued? Why pro-poor development organizations such as the World Bank are so fiercely contested in “beneficiary” countries? Why the countries that have managed to graduate in the last 40 years—mainly in South-East Asia and the Far East—are those that received the lowest levels of ODA in their history, while implementing public policies that have often been at loggerheads with those promoted by international financial institutions?
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- A Practitioner’s Perspective on Development Aid
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