Document Type

Article

Peer Reviewed

1

Publication Date

4-2013

Scholarship Domain(s)

Scholarship of Discovery

Abstract

This paper, assuming a positive correlation between aid and FDI given to countries, will look to measure whether the aid given to Latin America has been effective in creating development. In order to measure development, development must first be defined in a way that will allow for concrete indicators of development. Using these seven criteria as a guide this paper will look to use data collected by studies of Latin America in these seven areas to gain a measure of how development has progressed over the last fifteen years. Once this information has been compiled, it will be compared against the amount of aid and foreign direct investment (in U.S. dollars) that have been given to these same countries during this time period.

Comments

Political Science Senior Seminar