D. Degterev, People's Friendship University of Russia, 6 Miklukho-Maklaya Str., 117198, Moscow, Russian Federation; Moscow State Institute of International Relations (University) MFA RF, 76, Vernadskogo Prosp., Moscow, 119454, Russian Federation (email@example.com)
Representatives of various paradigms of international relations (realism, liberalism , neo-marxism and constructivism) and various currents of development economics (Keynesian, neoclassical, institutional) often take polar positions on the nature of international aid and its impact on the economy of the recipient countries. From the point of view of global justice there are also several different perspectives on the role of international assistance: development paradigm with correction function and distribution paradigm with redistributive function. The author investigates a number of contradictions in the system of administration of international aid in the framework of institutional analysis.
international aid, development assistance, international political economy, national security, national interests, global public goods, development economics, institutionalism, global justice
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