|U.S. aid to Taiwan : a study of foreign aid, self-help, and development|
|U.S. aid to Taiwan : a study of foreign aid, self-help, and development / [by] Neil H. Jacoby.|
Reprint of the 1966 Praeger edition.
Includes bibliographical references.
I. Why study aid? -- II. Standards for evaluating aid -- III. Objectives of U.S. economic aid to the Republic of China -- IV. Character of the aid program -- V. Organization and institutions of aid -- VI. Perspectives on Taiwan before 1950 -- VII. Economic development, 1951-65 -- VIII. Social and political development, 1951-65 -- IX. The military burden -- X. U.S. influence on Chinese economic policy -- XI. Overall economic effects of U.S. aid -- XII. Political and social effects of U.S. aid -- XIII. Aid allocation and development strategy -- XIV. Selection of aid projects -- XV. Instrumental structure of aid -- XVI. Aid administrative policy in Taiwan -- XVII. The termination of aid: Taiwan in 1965 -- XVIII. Lessons for American economic aid policy -- Appendixes: A. Sample questionnaire submitted to Chinese government officials -- B. Tables on the U.S. economic aid program for Taiwan, 1951-65 -- C. Tables on economic development of Taiwan, 1951-65 -- D. Selected tables on the political and social development of Taiwan, 1951-65 -- E. No-aid growth models of Taiwan economy -- F. No -military-burden growth models of Taiwan's economy -- G. Light-aid growth models of Taiwan's economy.