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Introduction to Social Marketing

By: Alan R. Andreasen

Economics

President Bush visits a kindergarten class in Knoxville, Tennessee; McDonald?s offers a free toy with the purchase of a hamburger; Your secretary asks for a raise; The Ministry of Health sends out a press release announcing the opening of a new patient-friendly health center; Your ?significant other? suggests that you take up yoga.

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Promoting Good Local Governance through Social Funds and Decentral...

By: Andrew Parker Rodrigo Serrano

Economics

This study is a joint effort coordinated by the Social Protection Team of the Human Development Network and the Public Sector Group of the Poverty Reduction and Economic Management Network. The study would not have been possible without the support and assistance of many different people and organizations. The authors would first like to express gratitude to the social fund organizations visited: Parker (Learning Specialist, PRMVP) carried out the field work in Malawi, Z...

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Transparency Matters : A Comparative Empirical Perspective

By: Daniel Kaufmann

Economics

Five Hypotheses on Transparency 2 1.Transparency & Governance unmeasurable2.Transparency & development unlinked3.Freedom of Information Laws (FOILs): results in improved information flows, and is necessary & sufficient for good governance and growth4.Gradual adoption of additional regulations is the key5.Above 4 hypotheses are myths ?Implications of the ?era of impatience?: jumping aboard a 21stcentury globalizedworld...

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Date Denvoi Aux Parties : 22 Decembre 2003 Centre International Po...

By: Maitre Robert Briner

Economics

Le present litige a pour objet le comportement dont aurait fait preuve le Royaume du Maroc (ci-apres: l'Etat ou le defendeur) a l?occasion de la formation et de l?execution d?un contrat de construction d?autoroute entre La Societe Nationale des Autoroutes du Maroc et le Consortium RFCC (ci-apres: le Consortium ou le demandeur), comportement qui, selon ce dernier, serait constitutif de plusieurs violations del?Accord entre le Gouvernement du Royaume du Maroc et le Gouvern...

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Financial Incentives for Renewable Energy Development

By: E. Scott Piscitello

Economics

SECTION 1. Introduction: The Government of China (GOC) is giving increased attenti on to renewable energy development. In the longer term, this will contribute to diversifying energy sources and curbing pollution problems caused by the coal-dominated power sector. Recognizing that in the short to medium term many renewable energy technologies will have financial lifecycle costs above those from conventional alternatives, GOC requested technical assistance from the World ...

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Section 19 : Remittances and Credit, Part B : Lending and Remittan...

By: The World Bank

Economics

SECTION 19: RENITTANCES AND CREDIT, PART 8: LENDING AND REMITTANCES SENT...

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The World Bank Institute Conflict Prevention and Reconstruction Un...

By: Mbuyamu I. Matungulu

Economics

Political developments -- 2. The end of the Cold War ushered in a new era of global political openness. In Congo, President Mobutu reluctantly introduced multi-party politics in 1990?a time when his corrupt and weakened regime had become very unpopular and widely contested. Aware of the danger, the president and his allies actively worked to prevent the holding of elections that would inevitably lead to their downfall. -- 3. Over the ensuing eleven years, Congo experienc...

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Table 6.2 Materials Used for Outer Walls

By: The World Bank

Economics

For the quintiles, the predominant type of dwelling is also separate and detached However, this was more common in the poorest groups than in the richest quintile. For tht poorest quintile, 93.2% fell into this category and for the richest quintile 64.5% fell in thi category. Note must be taken of the fact that 50.8% of all the semi-detached and 74.4% of the apartment buildings also fall in the wealthiest quintile.

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School Feeding Program

By: The World Bank

Economics

The School Feeding Programme is one of two major welfare programmes provided for students at the pre-primary and primary levels and, to a limited extent, at the secondary level. The programme is funded largely by the Government with the assistance of a number of international agencies, viz, The World Food Programme, USAID, and the Italian Government. Two types of feeding programmes are 'in place, the Traditional - where cooked meals are provided, and the Nutribun and Mil...

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Evidence on Governance and Anti-Corruption Empirics and Implicatio...

By: Daniel Kaufmann

Economics

The Governance ?Macro?Level -- Defining and unbundling succintly -- The 6 dimensions of Governance: how conceptually derived, how measured -- The governance worldmap, & web interactivity -- What the ?Macro?can and cannot do? -- ?Governance Matters IV??new report with major findings...

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Striking the Right Balance World Bank Forest Strategy

By: The World Bank

Economics

Striking the right balance will require tradeoffs between global environmental goals and the diverse development realities in client countries (especially the needs of the forest-dependent poor, including indigenous peoples), between the twin objectives of conservation and development, and between short-term costs and long-term benefits. To be credible, the revised Bank strategy must either align human and financial Bank resources with its objectives in the forest sector...

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Formal and Informal Regulation of Industrial Pollution : Comparati...

By: Sheoli Pargal

Economics

Informal regulation need not be limited to cases where formal regulation is absent. If formal regulatory standards and institutions exist, the most effective informal regulatory tactic may be to report violations of legal standards. This is easier if information on standards is widespread, monitoring is relatively costless, and violators are easy to identify. A second ?formal? channel for informal regulation is to pressure regulators to tighten their monitoring and enfor...

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Jamaican Survey of Living Conditions Health Facilities Survey Ques...

By: The World Bank

Economics

Important: Section A Must Be Completed At Statin Before The Questionnaire Is Sent Out To The Interviewer.

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Project Performance Assessment Report : Chad

By: The World Bank

Economics

This is the Project Performance Assessment Report (PPAR) for the First Population and AIDS Control Project in Chad. This project was financed through IDA Credit No. 2692 in the amount of US$20.4 million equivalent (13.9 million SDR) with a planned government and community contributions of US$1.3 million and US$1.0 million, respectively, and projected cofinancing by KfW and UNFPA in the respective amounts of US$4.4 million and US$0.1 million for a total cost of US$27.2 mi...

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International Program for Development Evaluation Training (Ipdet)

By: Linda Morra Imas

Economics

Module 2: Evaluation Models What is Development Evaluation? Development evaluation is defined as an assessment, as systematic and objective as possible, of a planned, ongoing, or completed development intervention. A development evaluation should provide information that is credible and useful, enabling the incorporation of lessons learned into the decision-making process of both recipients and donors. In development evaluation, we often want to determine the extent to w...

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Parte F. Fuerza de Trabajo, Gastos en Actividades Agropecuarias Y ...

By: The World Bank

Economics

F1. FUERZA DE TRABAJO. Esta park tiene como objetivo obtener informacibn, para 10s riitimos 12 meses, sobre la mano de obra aportada por el hogar, la contratada, la pemnente y la ayuda mutua familiar, para las actividades agrlcolas, pecuarias y forestales. PI 18. Contrato de trabajadores a jomal (tempomla). Con esta pregunta se quiere deterrninar si se -contrataron trabajadores temporales (jomal) dumnte 10s Clltimos 12 meses para trabajar en 10s cultivos agrlcolas, fores...

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Governance Learning Program Catalog 2001-2002

By: Daniel Kaufmann

Economics

Governance is the process by which authority in a country is exercised: (i) the process by which governments are selected, held accountable, monitored, and replaced; (ii) the capacity of governments to manage resources efficiently, and to formulate, implement, and enforce sound policies and regulations; and, (iii) the respect for the institutions that govern economic and social interactions among them.Consequently it requires a multidisciplinary approach, and its multi-s...

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Apec Economic Governance Capacity Building Survey

By: The World Bank

Economics

In June 1998 the APEC Senior Officials Meeting (SOM) at Kuching discussed the role that cooperation in capacity building in economic governance could play in the response to the crisis. The meeting gave its endorsement for Australia to carry out a survey to identify the scope for additional cooperation in economic governance capacity building to complement existing bilateral, regional and multilateral programs in this area. This survey would delineate the activities alre...

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World Development Report 2001 : Institutions for Markets Consultat...

By: Mr. Mats Karlsson

Economics

World Development Report 2001: Institutions for Markets Consultative Meeting on the Role of the Media in Development Thursday 12th April 2001, World Bank Headquarters, MC 13-121 Program...

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Levels and Determinants of Hunger Poverty in Urban India during th...

By: Anil B. Deolalikar

Economics

LEVELS AND DETERMINANTS OF HUNGER POVERTY IN URBAN INDIA DURING THE 1990s ABSTRACT There are very few studies on the incidence of urban poverty and malnutrition in developing countries. The few studies that exist treat all urban areas ? small towns, medium-sized towns and large metropolises ? as a single urban entity. These studies conclude that urban poverty and urban malnutrition in developing countries is likely to grow in the near future (Haddad 1999, Ravallion 2002)...

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