Journal Article

Has Foreign Aid Been Greened?

Date Published

Sep 1, 2009

Authors

J. Timmons Roberts, Bradley C. Parks, Michael J. Tierney, Robert L. Hicks

Publisher

Environment: Science and Policy for Sustainable Development

Citation

Roberts, J. T., Parks, B. C., Tierney, M. J., & Hicks, R. L. (2009). Has Foreign Aid Been Greened? Environment: Science and Policy for Sustainable Development, 51(1), 8-21. doi:10.3200/envt.51.1.8-21

Announcement

This codebook prescribes AidData’s method for geocoding foreign aid information and programmatic development data that is made available through a wide range of donor, recipient, and other stakeholder-based sources. The main objective of the AidData methodology is to track all locations to which aid dollars are committed or disbursed. Locations that may be expected to benefit indirectly from development finance are not geocoded. The implied mandate for this methodology is to “follow the money.”

Note: This methodology was updated August 2019.

For a full list of methodologies, see Research Methods.

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Timmons Roberts

Timmons Roberts

Ittleson Professor of Environmental Studies and Sociology at Brown University

Bradley C. Parks

Bradley C. Parks

Executive Director

Mike Tierney

Mike Tierney

Co-Director of the Global Research Institute and Hylton Professor of Government and International Relations at the College of William & Mary

Rob Hicks

Rob Hicks

Professor of Economics at the College of William & Mary

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