Cross-Border Externalities, International Public Goods and Their Implications for Aid Agencies
The interplay between cross-border externalities, international public goods and development assistance, and the relationship between this interplay and the conventional rationales for development assistance, will be a key problematic facing aid agencies in the next decade. This note sets out a conceptual framework for thinking through the problematic, and draws some tentative implications for these major actors in global governance.
WP 2001-03 April 2001
Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management, Cornell University