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Foreign Aid and Democracy in Africa - an Interview with Danielle Resnick

14 December 2012

In this interview Danielle Resnick discusses the logic behind and findings of the UNU-WIDER research project 'Foreign aid and democracy in Africa'.

In this interview we hear what the sometimes very different and contradictory effects of development aid and democracy assistance are on democratic transitions, and what lies behind these outcomes. We also learn what impact the different aid modalities of development aid and democracy assistance, for example budget support or projects aiming at parliamentary strenghtening, have on democratic consolidation
 

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