Publication
Author:John Serieux , Terry McKinley
Subject: Poverty and Inequality
" /> Abstract: Since the mid-1980s, sub-Saharan Africa has had the lowest savings and investment rates of any region in the world. It has also been the recipient of the highest levels of Official Development Assistance relative to output. Hence, many analysts have been concerned that ODA might be having a negative impact on domestic savings.

keywords: Why Aid Does Not Increase Savings Rates in Sub-Saharan Africa?
Date Publication: 02/20/2009 (All day)
Type/Issue: One Pager / 75
Language: English