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The purpose of this evaluation is to provide policy-makers and managers of the Commission’s relevant external co-operation Services as well as other relevant DGs (such as DG Trade and DG Environment), and the EC Delegations in Chisinau and Kiev, with an independent assessment of the EC...
This evaluation assesses the relevance, efficiency, effectiveness, impact and sustainability of the European Commission’s support to its partner countries in the energy sector. It covers interventions designed or implemented during the 1996-2007 period in all the external cooperation partner...
This evaluation commissioned by the European Commission aims at providing an overall independent assessment of its aid delivery through Development Banks and the EIB during the period 1999-2006. It concerns financial flows or “channelling” from the Commission to the aforementioned...
This paper investigates whether Aid for Trade (AfT) improves export performance, i.e. does AfT lead to greater exports? Using panel data and panel quantile regression, our results suggest that overall AfT disbursements promote the export of goods and services mainly for the .50 and .75...
Mozambique benefits from environmental aid-related funds, but it is still unclear whether donor commitments render directly into projects that are copiously implemented for the purposes stated and what aid flows have actually been doing and are doing in the area of aid and environment in...
The paper develops a two-region endogenous growth model with climate change affecting the countries' capital stocks negatively. We compare two different policies aimed at supporting less developed countries: climate mitigation by rich countries, which diminishes the increase in stock pollution...
The article criticizes the World Bank as overy optimistic concerning its ability to raise the effectiveness of aid by concentrating aid on countries with "good" policies. It is shown that aid flows to the main recipient regions yielded the highest correlation to growth when their magnitudes...