Tag Archives: Development Finance

Round-up of the week

Here are a couple of interesting links on a variety of topics that you could/ should check out: Some concise answers to the impossible questions of development and aid, such as “is it realistic to expect that poverty can one … Continue reading

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Illicit financial flows vs. aid flows

This didn’t make it into the readings for today, but it is an important point to remember: “Every year developing countries are losing ten times the amount of Official Development Assistance (ODA) remitted for poverty alleviation and economic development,” said … Continue reading

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South-south cooperation – terminological warning

This XKCD comic is the best warning about taking south-south cooperation too literally.

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Articles suggested by your colleagues for this week.

On such diverse issues as the Tobin Tax and whether internet access should be considered  a human right. Read them if you get a chance. If you can find the connection between the two you get extra (largely symbolic) points! … Continue reading

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