Reassessing aid to middle-income countries: the implications of the European Commission's policy of differentiation for developing countries (ODI Working Papers 349, June 2012)
The new European Commission policy of ‘differentiation’ aims to recalibrate its development cooperation with middle-inco...
The new European Commission policy of ‘differentiation’ aims to recalibrate its development cooperation with middle-income countries, and introduces two significant changes: (1) new aid allocation criteria; and (2) differentiated development partnerships for different categories of countries. This ODI working paper explains the European Commission’s new policy and looks at its implications for developing countries.
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