Bilateral foreign aid: How important is aid effectiveness to people for choosing countries to support?
Cunningham, Harry; Knowles, Stephen; Hansen, Paul
We conduct a discrete choice experiment (DCE) to determine how important aid effectiveness is to people relative to other criteria for choosing countries to support with bilateral foreign aid. We find that aid effectiveness is important, on a par with recipient-country need as proxied by the level of hunger and malnutrition. Both criteria are more important than others.
Publisher: University of Otago
Series number: 1605
Keywords: foreign aid; aid effectiveness; discrete choice experiment; conjoint analysis; PAPRIKA method
Research Type: Discussion Paper
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