Logic of aid in an intertemporal setting
Djajić, Slobodan, Lahiri, Sajal, & Raimondos-Møller, Pascalis (2004) Logic of aid in an intertemporal setting. Review of International Economics, 12(1), pp. 151-161.
The paper studies the welfare implications of temporary foreign aid in the context of a simple two-country model of trade. In addition to its usual effects, a transfer of income in one period is assumed to influence the preferences of the recipient country in the following period. The implied changes in the terms of trade over the two periods are consistent with a number of possible outcomes with respect to the intertemporal welfare of the donor, the recipient, and the world as a whole. Particular attention is devoted to the conditions for strict Pareto improvement and the circumstances under which temporary aid transactions are likely to occur.
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