By Alf Morten Jerve, Yasutami Shimomura, Annette Skovsted Hansen (eds.)
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Quality of budgetary and financial management 14. Efficiency of revenue mobilisation 15. Quality of public administration 16. Transparency, accountability, and corruption in the public sector Source: WB (2005a), Box 2, Annex 1, p. 45. Donor–Recipient Relationships 29 weight than the measure of the need’ (p. 5), where ‘the need’ is captured by the income criterion. In short, ‘aid productivity’ is given precedence over ‘need’ in the donors’ impact analysis (p. 11). In assessing the ‘selectivity’ aid allocation rule, therefore, it is critical to examine how to define (and who defines) good policies for countryspecific conditions.
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However, despite adding an array of political and economic conditionalities, the donor community continued to face an uneasy reality: ex-ante policy conditionality as instituted was not effective in tying recipient governments to donors’ reform agendas (for example, Killick 1996, 1997; Collier, 1998). This sparked off a new round of the aid effectiveness debate against the background of declining public support for foreign aid in donor countries (World Bank, 1998). In the process, a strong case was made for ex-ante conditionality being replaced by ex-post conditionality as a dominant mechanism of allocating aid.
Aid Relationships in Asia: Exploring Ownership in Japanese and Nordic Aid by Alf Morten Jerve, Yasutami Shimomura, Annette Skovsted Hansen (eds.)