Blair, Robert Marty, Philip Roessler. Why does aid not target the poorest? Working Paper Ryan C. Policy Brief. Are donors targeting the greatest health needs? Evidence from mining sites in the D. Is Sunshine the Best Disinfectant? Does Private Aid Follow the Flag? Working Paper Bradley C. Building Bridges or Breaking Bonds? African leaders and the geography of China's foreign assistance foreign aid, favoritism, political capture, patronage, clientelism, aid on demand, aid allocation, Africa, China, Official Development Assistance, georeferenced data, spatial analysis Journal Article Journal of Development Economics Axel Dreher, Andreas Fuchs, Roland Hodler, Bradley C.
Parceling out prosperity? When do performance assessments influence policy behavior? Working Paper Samuel Brazys. Health aid projects have both expanded and constrained the capacity of health facilities to deliver malaria services to under-five children in Malawi Journal Article BMJ Global Health Carrie Dolan.
Counting on Statistics: How can national statistical offices and donors increase use? Policy Report. Blair, Philip Roessler. Listening to Leaders Is development cooperation tuned-in or tone-deaf? Aid Curse with Chinese Characteristics? Toward data-driven education systems: Insights into using information to measure results and manage change brookings Policy Report Samantha Custer, Elizabeth M.
Development aid and infant mortality. Runfola, Peter Kemper. Decoding Data Use: How do leaders source data and use it to accelerate development? Realizing Agenda Will donor dollars and country priorities align with global goals? Who Controls Foreign Aid? McArthur, Joachim von Braun.
Buntaine, Bradley C. Parks, Benjamin P. Buntaine, Daniel L. Nielson, Jacob T. Geocoding Methodology, Version 2. Parks, Takaaki Masaki.
Nielson, Bradley C. Bad neighbors? Elkink, Gina Kelly. Canary in the coal mine? In the Eye of the Beholder: When is governance data "good enough"? Fueling Conflict? Do Domestic Politics Shape U. Influence in the World Bank? The Dragon's Curse? Working Paper Vera Z. Eichenauer, Bernhard Reinsberg.
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