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Foreign Aid and World Development B (6 points)


Leader: Susan Blackburn

Clayton Second semester 2003 (Day)

Synopsis: Starting from an overview of the aid industry since 1945, this subject canvasses arguments for and against foreign aid, then considers the contributions to world development of bilateral, multilateral and non-government agencies, and the relations between these forms of aid, with special emphasis on Australia's role. To conclude, some current issues relating to aid will be examined.

Assessment: Fourth year level students: essay (2,000 words): 60%; oral presentation (500 word equivalent): 10%; examination (2 hours; 2,000 word equivalent): 30%

Contact Hours: One two-hour seminar per week plus ten additional hours of private study and research

Prohibitions: PLM5070

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