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Economics Publications Collection (12,810 Books)


The Collection is comprised from three su-bcollections: Archive for the History of Economic Thought (312 Titles), United Farm Workers (39 Titles), and the World Bank Collection (5,084 titles). You can find the title you are looking for by using our comprehensive full text search engine. Below is a list of the most popular titles in the Economics Publications Collection.

 
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Svetova Banka/The World Bank

By: Phil Hay

Economics

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Svetova Banka/The World Bank

By: Phil Hay

Economics

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Banque Mondiale/Qualize de la Croissance

By: The World Bank

Economics

UNE CROISSANCE DE QUALITE, CLE DU RECUL DE LA PAUVRETE ET DE L?AMELIORATION DES NIVEAUX DE VIE: Dans certains pays, la reduction de la corruption et le renforcement de la legalite pourraient contribuer a un doublement des revenus PRAGUE, 25 septembre 2000 ? La conjugaison de politiques visant tout a la fois a promouvoir la croissance economique et a favoriser un acces plus large a l?education, une protection accrue de l?environnement, un renforcement des libertes publiqu...

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Pressemitteilung Nr. 2001/071/S: Die Weltbank

By: The World Bank

Economics

WACHSTUMSQUALIT?T - SCHL?SSEL ZU ARMUTSMINDERUNG UND BESSERER LEBENSQUALIT?T F?R ALLE: Eindammen von Korruption und gro ere rechtsstaatliche Fairne  konnte einigen Landern dazu verhelfen, Einkommen zu verdoppeln PRAG, 25. September 2000 ? Ein heute von der Weltbank unter dem Titel Die Qualitat des Wachstums veroffentlichter Bericht stellt fest, dass Lander eine dramatische Verbesserung ihrer Lebensqualitat erzielen konnen, indem sie politische Ma nahmen, die Wirtschaftsw...

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La Calidad Del Crecimiento : Clave para Reducir la Pobreza Y Mejor...

By: Phil Hay

Economics

Los países podrían mejorar extraordinariamente la calidad de vida de su poblacion si combinaran las políticas de fomento del crecimiento economico con las encaminadas a ampliar el acceso a la educacion, proteger en mayor medida el medio ambiente, ampliar las libertades civiles y combatir mas energicamente la corrupcion, segun La calidad del crecimiento, informe del Banco Mundial publicado el día de hoy.

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The 1990S - at the End of a Century and a Millennium - Were a Peri...

By: The World Bank

Economics

The 1990s?at the end of a century and a millennium?were a period of stocktaking about development. Studies reexamined and assessed some of the central tenets of development. Sustained economic growth emerged unscathed as fundamental for reducing poverty. And the development record confirmed the efficacy of certain reforms for sustaining growth in both developing and industrial countries: investing more?and more efficiently?in education and health, reducing barriers to tr...

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The Quality of Growth

By: Maja Sasek

Economics

Over 5,000 children and students from Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Bulgaria, FYR Macedonia, and Romania took part in art and essay contests on their vision of the future for themselves, their cities, and their countries and regions. A selection of their paintings was displayed in an exhibit entitled ?Children Look to the Horizon,? which was shown at the World Bank, Washington, D.C., April 1999; in Vienna, Austria, September 1999; and in Florence, Italy, October 1999.

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Health Aspects of Dry Sanitation with Waste Reuse

By: Anne Peasey

Economics

Dry sanitation is defined in this report as the on-site disposal of human urine and faeces without the use of water as a carrier. This definition includes many of the most popular options for lowcost sanitation including pit latrines, Ventilated Improved Pits, SanPlats, etc. There has always been an interest in the reuse of human waste as a fertiliser, and there has been much recent work on the development of composting and other processes to permit human waste reuse.

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Working Together the Sharing of Water and Sanitation Support Servi...

By: Brian Reed

Economics

Physical resources are tangible and easy to quantify. Their physical presence allows issues such as ownership and maintenance responsibility to be discussed using concrete examples rather than abstract and theoretical concepts. Watsan services can share several physical resources, either fixed (such as common reservoirs or pipelines) or more dispersed (such as shared distribution networks for parts). To provide an introduction to sharing resources, it was decided to conc...

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Chlorinating Small Water Supplies a Review of Gravity-Powered and ...

By: Brian Skinner

Economics

This WELL study paper focuses on the use of chlorination for disinfection of water in small water supply systems in low- and middle-income countries. The text concentrates on the use of gravity- or water-powered systems that can be used where electricity is either unreliable, or is not available - a situation that often applies to small schemes, in developing countries. The use of chlorine gas for disinfection is not considered in this paper, partly because chlorine gas ...

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Sharing It Out Introducing Water Demand Management Strategies for ...

By: Paul Deverill

Economics

The purpose of this report is to describe a number of practical measures that may facilitate the development of an effective water demand management strategy in small towns in developing countries. The report has been prepared primarily as a briefing document for the organisations responsible for service provision. First and foremost this includes water supply departments and municipal authorities. The document may also be useful for their project partners in the private...

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Environmental Health Promotion Capacity Building : A Training Guid...

By: Joy Morgan

Economics

Introduce the participants to the range of books available for the review and suggest that all of the books might be useful for the participants in their work. -- Ask participants to choose a book and to look through it ? reading sections of interest. Inform the participants that they are expected to prepare a summary of the book. These summaries will be presented to the other participants who will each be expected to judge the book review (not the book!). -- Facilitate ...

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