Effective Management in International Development: What Works and What Doesn’t
Ivey Business Journal
It was once unthinkable that international aid would be as intensely scrutinized as it is today. But academics have concluded that the very problems that international aid was supposed to cure still exist, despite the resources that have been channelled to developing countries. This article discusses the types of international aid as well as misguided development approaches — such as single-solution approaches. It then details the best practices in international development, including conducting a forensic analysis of development indicators and managing the transition to local ownership.
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