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Past

December 5, 2006
Why do governments give foreign aid? How have those purposes changed over the past half century? Why do they differ from donor government to donor...
July 6, 2006
With pledges of increased aid stretching towards 2015, the European Union has been working to update its policies and to bring in new mechanisms so...
May 31, 2006
What works to achieve better health, education and other social outcomes in developing countries? Despite the billions of dollars spent on such...
April 27, 2006
Ambassador John J. Danilovich, Chief Executive Officer, Millennium Challenge Corporation, will offer opening remarks at this CGD event. A moderated...
April 26, 2006
Oya Celasun, Macroeconomic Studies, Research Department, International Monetary Fund presented "Predictability of Budget Aid: Experiences in Eight...
April 18, 2006
Joel Barkan, a professor of political science at the University of Iowa, spoke at this CGD seminar. John Hicklin, Deputy Director of the Independent...
March 23, 2006
William Easterly, Professor of Economics at New York University and a Non-Resident Fellow at the Center for Global Development, spoke about his new...
March 17, 2006
CGD Senior Fellow Steve Radelet moderated a debate between Andrew Natsios, until recently Administrator of USAID in the Bush Administration, and...

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