This is the data set for Policy Paper 31, in which Victoria Fan, Denizhan Duran, Rachel Silverman, and Amanda Glassman analyze data on the Global Fund performance-based financing system to test the association between grant ratings and disbursements.
These two sets include input data and Stata files to replicate the results in CGD Working Paper 278, “More Money or More Development: What Have the MDGs Achieved?” and CGD Working Paper 297 “MDGs 2.0: What Goals, Targets, and Timeframe?”
This data set categorizes 980 nongovernmental and civil-society organizations operating in Haiti and includes information on sector, budget, location, year founded, number of employees, location of headquarters, and type of organization (when available).
Data Set for Working Paper 287: “An Index of the Quality of Official Development Assistance in Health”
This data set allows replication of the results in CGD Working Paper 287, An Index of the Quality of Official Development Assistance in Health.
Data Tools for “When Does Rigorous Impact Evaluation Make a Difference? The Case of the Millennium Villages”
This data set contains the Stata code needed to replicate the data analysis in “When Does Rigorous Impact Evaluation Make a Difference? The Case of the Millennium Villages” (CGD Working Paper 225)
An accompaniment to the report Beyond Bullets and Bombs: Fixing the U.S. Approach to Development in Pakistan, this data set describes budgeted levels of U.S. military and economic assistance to Pakistan for the period from 1948 to 2010.
Updated January 2014
David Roodman, creator of the Commitment to Development Index (CDI), has devised a measure of foreign aid flows that takes into account the interest payments that developing countries make to rich country creditors. The Net Aid Transfers data set, which is a component of the CDI, is available for download.
CGD working paper 32, "The Anarchy of Numbers: Aid, Development, and Cross-country Empirics" submits seven aid-growth studies to robustness testing and finds that most are fragile. The data used in the paper are in Excel (data set) and Stata formats (4-year and 5-year aggregates). Full results are available in Excel format. All are included in the zip file.