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4. Table, Bilateral response to EU food aid allocation Notes: An observation is a recipient and a year. For each donor d the sample includes a maximum of 27 small countries. Coefficients are reported with standard errors bootstrapped and clustered at the recipient and year level. All regressions control for the set of baseline controls (see column

B. Table and . 5?, Bilateral response to EU food aid allocation ? All recipients

B. Table and . 7?, Estimates of donors' type Notes: ? d ? d = 1?? d 1+? d . In brackets, the confidence interval at a 10 percent level. Estimates are derived from results obtained in table 4 in section IV