Date of Award
Child Mortality, Empirical, Foreign Aid, Health, MDGs
The purpose of this thesis is to investigate the effectiveness of foreign aid for health on the child mortality rate in developing countries. This is a controversial subject as many economists have found grounds to believe it is effective while others provide rationale for why it is ineffective. Based on panel data analysis, this study looks at the effects of external resources for health as a percentage of health spending on the child mortality rate in developing countries to determine how effective aid for health is in terms of improving health outcomes. With an understanding of the current nature of aid and previous empirical research on this topic, this paper will highlight what has been done and what still needs to be improved in future research in order to answer this important question.
Burfeind, Leah, "The Effects of Foreign Aid for Health on Health Outcomes in Developing Countries" (2014). Electronic Theses and Dissertations. 100.
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Economics, Health care management, Public policy