Looking Beyond Aid to Fund Africa’s Development


The paper calls on African countries to explore more intensely supplementary vehicles of development finance, including the national budget; domestic capital markets; remittances; other diasporean capital; foreign direct investment; future foreign exchange flows; and ‘reverse capital flight.’ The paper also makes the point that the post-2015 agenda goes beyond long-term finance and that, more importantly, it embraces a new global partnership and international cooperation.

Author: J K  Kwakye


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