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Political Conditionality and Press Freedom: The Efficacy of Usaid Press Conditionalities in Ethiopia and Mozambique.

Darou-Salim, Abdel Qayyoumou
Abstract
Abstract: the literature on aid effective ness is ambiguous about the effectiveness of aid and the conditions following aid distribution. This study explores the effectiveness of aid conditionalities by looking at the dynamics of press freedom directed aid conditions in Ethiopia and Mozambique. A most similar case analysis of both countries with an in depth look at election period and at judicial review shows us that the strategic importance of the grantee country and also the specific of judicial review might explain the different in effectiveness of press freedom conditions in sub-Saharan Africa.
Date
2017-05-01
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