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Health Sector Reform in Bolivia A Decentralization Case Study (World Bank Country Study). Rural Poverty Alleviation in Brazil Toward an Integrated Strategy (World Bank Country Study).
The country study is based on the findings of several missions that visited Slovenia during the second half of 1997 and 1998. The report is composed of two volumes. Volume I' is a summary report that condenses main findings and conclusions
Jobs and Economic Transformation. What We Know(active tab).
Jobs and Economic Transformation. Better jobs – those that raise productivity and earnings - are also needed to empower women, strengthen social cohesion, and moderate migration from fragile and conflict-affected states.
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This is a fascinating and brilliant collection of studies in economic history. In Part 1, he looks at various periods of history.
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The success of this strategy is predicated on the enhancement of the country's governance framework, particularly in the areas of budgeting, decentralization, and the justice system. Book includes a fold-out map of the region.
Case Studies and Lessons from the WTO at Twenty. It finds that developing economies that are in the process of acceding to the WTO commit to more policy reforms (proxied by prior actions in the context of the World Bank's development policy lending) than developing countries that are already members of the WTO or that have not applied to become members.