Subject: Aid allocation, Bayesian Averaging of Classical Estimates, Determinants of bilateral and multilateral aid, Developing economies
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This paper investigates the factors explaining aid allocation by bilateral and multilateral donors. We use data for 146 aid recipient countries over the period 1990-2007 and employ Bayesian Averaging of Classical Estimates Approach (BACE) approach and find that both the... View more
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