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Need and the need for favors motivate foreign aid decisions

Howard Wall ()

The Regional Economist, 2008, issue Jul, 20-22

Abstract: Bermuda gets $46,000 a year, while Iraq receives $2.3 billion. What motivates donors to give aid to other countries? Need-and the need for favors.

Date: 2008
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