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aid to developing countries


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  • By the 1950s, when he became professor of economic history at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, he had become an activist anti-Communist liberalurging expanded aid to developing countries and commitment to counterinsurgency.

    In the Shadow of the Oval Office

  • While the ideals of the competitive market were emphasized in most of the steps that were taken, the importance of strengthening political control was also emphasized, for instance in the reorganization of the health service (Christensen, 1985), the administration of aid to developing countries (Kloster, 1984), the state oil company (Krogh, 1987), and the Bank of Norway.

    Rediscovering Institutions


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