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From Crisis to Growth in Africa

From Crisis to Growth in Africa

1st Edition

Edited By Mats Lundahl
October 12, 2001

This book is concerned with the problem of achieving sustained economic growth in thirteen African countries. These are divided into three groups: the war stricken economics (Angola, Guinea-Bissau, Ethiopia and Eritrea), the reform strugglers (Kenya, Cape Verde, Zambia, Tanzania, Mozambique and ...

Information Technology and Development A New Paradigm for Delivering the Internet to Rural Areas in Developing Countries

Information Technology and Development: A New Paradigm for Delivering the Internet to Rural Areas in Developing Countries

1st Edition

By Jeffrey James
September 02, 2004

Attempts to bring the benefits of information technology in the form of the internet to developing countries have, to date, foundered on the belief that this requires the beneficiaries to access the technology directly. As a result, the perceived huge benefits of such an enterprise have often ...

Trade Policy, Growth and Poverty in Asian Developing Countries

Trade Policy, Growth and Poverty in Asian Developing Countries

1st Edition

Edited By Kishor Sharma
May 30, 2003

Asia constitutes a large portion of the world's population and this new book provides a good selection of contributions that cover trade, equity and development in the continent. With contributions from such leading experts as Clem Tisdell, T.N. Srinivasan and Gustav Ranis, the book's chapters ...

Competitiveness Strategy in Developing Countries A Manual for Policy Analysis

Competitiveness Strategy in Developing Countries: A Manual for Policy Analysis

1st Edition

By Ganeshan Wignaraja
January 17, 2003

Globalization and structural adjustment offer many opportunities for export orientated industrialization in developing economies. As a group, competitiveness in the developing countries has improved, but, while East Asian economies have had rapid export growth and technological upgrades, South ...

Development Policy in the Twenty-First Century Beyond the Post-Washington Consensus

Development Policy in the Twenty-First Century: Beyond the Post-Washington Consensus

1st Edition

Edited By Ben Fine, Costas Lapavitsas, Jonathan Pincus
April 13, 2001

The Post-Washington Consensus has succeeded in becoming the new theoretical underpinning for the World Bank's Structural Adjustment policies in developing countries. This broad-ranging critique explains that without a much broader political economy the Post-Washington Consensus is unlikely to ...

International Competitiveness, Investment and Finance A Case Study of India

International Competitiveness, Investment and Finance: A Case Study of India

1st Edition

By A Ganesh-Kumar, Kunal Sen, Rajendra Vaidya
July 22, 2003

Using India as a case study, this well-written, concise book covers everything one needs to know to understand how a country becomes internationally competitive. Showing that reforms that pertain to the real sector alone, such as industrial deregulation and trade reforms, are not enough to enhance ...

The Pattern of Aid Giving The Impact of Good Governance on Development Assistance

The Pattern of Aid Giving: The Impact of Good Governance on Development Assistance

1st Edition

By Eric Neumayer
July 28, 2003

Practically all donor countries that give aid claim to do so on the basis on the recipient's good governance, but do these claims have a real impact on the allocation of aid? Are democratic, human rights-respecting, countries with low levels of corruption and military expenditures actually likely ...

New International Poverty Reduction Strategies

New International Poverty Reduction Strategies

1st Edition

Edited By Jean-Pierre Cling, Mireille Razafindrakoto, François Roubaud
June 25, 2003

The World Bank and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) launched a joint initiative at the end of 1999, stating that they intended to set the fight against poverty at the heart of their development policies. This book provides the expert, critical analysis of the poverty reduction strategies that ...

Monetary and Financial Policies in Developing Countries Growth and Stabilization

Monetary and Financial Policies in Developing Countries: Growth and Stabilization

1st Edition

By Anis Chowdhury, Akhtar Hossain
March 27, 1996

The issue of economic development and monetary stability has produced one of the most passionate debates in economic literature. Yet, much of the evidence employed in this debate is contradictory. Monetary and Financial Policies in Developing Countries: Growth and Stabilization brings together ...

Labour Relations in Development

Labour Relations in Development

1st Edition

Edited By Alex Fernández Jilberto, Marieke Riethof
October 18, 2002

This timely and well-written collection explores the impact of economic reforms in developing and transitional economies across the world. In a first of its kind, this book examines such issues as:* in-depth, cross-regional analysis of the pressures for global integration* labour costs and their ...

Globalization, Marginalization and Development

Globalization, Marginalization and Development

1st Edition

Edited By Mansoob Murshed
October 11, 2002

This excellent new book contains contributions from a number of leading experts and is the result of the UNU/WIDER project on globalization and low-income countries. The discussion focuses in on how to harness globalization for the benefit of present day marginalized countries and enhance their ...

Economies in Transition A Guide to China, Cuba, Mongolia, North Korea and Vietnam at the turn of the 21st Century

Economies in Transition: A Guide to China, Cuba, Mongolia, North Korea and Vietnam at the turn of the 21st Century

1st Edition

By Ian Jeffries
July 09, 2001

First Published in 2004. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company....

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