Asia and the Pacific
On May 16, after five weeks of elections, India's longtime ruling party, the Indian National Congress, conceded defeat to opposition leader Narendra Modi. In the wake of this result, Brookings experts examine what the future will hold for India, a rising global power in the midst of rapid modernization, lingering poverty, and environmental degradation.
REUTERS/Ahmad Masood - A roadside vendor waits for customers at his stall of clocks and watches in the old quarters of Delhi June 18, 2012.
Defining development drastically downward: Premature graduation from IDA and ODA
March 5, 2015, Paul Isenman
As an increasing number of International Development Association (IDA) recipients “graduate” from IDA, there has been a good deal of commentary about what to do with funds freed up. But what determines when countries “graduate”? In this post, Paul Isenman looks at the case of India.
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