Singer sought to increase the size of international aid transfers to developing countries, and to improve their efficiency and effectiveness, after he left the UN. In fact, his contribution at the IDS founding conference in September 1966 was on that subject (Singer, 1966a). He addressed a wide range of issues and problems relating to aid and responded to the critics of aid both on the right and the left (Raffer and Singer, 1996a).
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