- Janine Wedel won in 2001 for her work on corruption in the Eastern bloc recipient states, after the end of the cold war.
- Fiona Terry won in 2006 for her work on the "paradox of humanitarian action." Sometimes, aid goes to perpetrators of humanitarian abuses, rather than victims.
Note: The lessons offered by Wedel and Terry: take greater care in the selection and oversight processes. They weren't anti-aid in general.
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