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Bachelors of Arts (BA)
This study focuses on Western and non- Western donors who provide foreign assistance and the conditions under which they effectively exert influence on the policy priorities of public- sector decision- makers in low- income and middle- income countries, finding that recipient states generally do not exhibit a preference for donors who share their regime type and economic policy orientation. Democratic, freemarket states, however, are an important exception to this rule.
Ritchey, Kristin, "Do Birds of a Feather Really Flock Together? Ideational Homophily and Development Policy Influence" (2016). Undergraduate Honors Theses. William & Mary. Paper 910.
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