Foreign Aid, Institutions and Economic Development in West Africa: Implications for Post-2015 Development Agenda
This paper examines the relationship between foreign aid and income per capita using a simple augmentation of the neoclassical cross-country specification for Western Africa states. The study disaggregated aid into seven categories (agriculture, communication, industrial, engineering, education, health and food security) and shown that in most cases, aid becomes significant when conditioned on...
Published at SSRN Working Paper 2504477; Forthcoming in Nigerian Journal of Economic and Social Studies, NJESS
Published in 2015
Adeyemi Ogundipe; Oluyomi Ola-David
Ola-David Oluyomi » Oluyomi Ola-David is a development economist with broad interests in the empirics of international investment, employment dynamics and industrial policy in Africa. She currently holds a teaching position in the Department of Economics and Development Studies, Covenant University-Nigeria. She actively participates in collaborative research projects that focus on African development issues. She... view full profile
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