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Most studies about the relationship of foreign aid and economic growth are usually cross country studies which often found inconclusive or mixed results. On the other hand, there is very little in the empirical literature which looks on a single country time series data and mostly on focused Sub-Saharan Africa. This paper deviates from the mainstream empirical literature by investigating the aid-growth relationship on Ethiopia. Using a growth equation inspired from an outward-orienteddoi:10.20372/nadre/8656 fatcat:itzmgcgbhfblbh4xlftmuqynte