The Samaritan's Dilemma: The Political Economy of Development Aid

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List of Acronyms and Abbreviations
ABB Asea Brown Boveri
AC Alternating Current
ACF Agricultural Consultative Forum
Asien Asia Department (Sida)
BHEL Bharat Heavy Electrical Limited
BITS Swedish Agency for International Technical and Economic Cooperation
CFLC Conservation Farming Liaison Committee
CFM Community Forest Management
CFU Conservation Farming Unit
CPR Common-Pool Resource
DC Direct Current
DEA Department of Economic Affairs
ERB Energy Regulation Board
ESW Economic and Sector Work
EU European Union
FDCs Folk Development Colleges
FDI Foreign Direct Investment
GoI Government of India
GoM Government of Maharashtra
GRZ Government of Zambia
HADO Hifadhi Ardhi Dodoma
HVDC High Voltage Direct Current
IAD Institutional Analysis and Development
IMF International Monetary Fund
JFM Joint Forest Management
KGRP Kafue Gorge Hydropower Station Rehabilitation Project
KGS Kafue Gorge Hydropower Station
KTS Contract Financed Technical Cooperation (Sida)
LDCs Less-developed countries
MAFF Ministry of Agriculture, Food, and Fisheries
MARP Millennium African Renewal Programme
MERC Maharashtra Electricity Regulation Commission
MFA Ministry of Foreign Affairs
MFi Ministry of Finance
MOU Memorandum of Understanding
MSEB Maharashtra State Electricity Board
Natur Department for Natural Resources and the Environment (Sida)
NGOs Nongovernmental organizations

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