Financing Development

Global Development Finance 2004  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by alt_f4 at Jan. 10, 2017
Global Development Finance 2004

Global Development Finance 2004: Harnessing Cyclical Gains for Development by World Bank
English | Apr. 19, 2004 | ISBN: 0821357409 | 252 Pages | PDF | 3 MB

The external financing environment facing developing countries has brightened. In 2003, as global growth gained momentum, private capital flows to developing countries increased to $200 billion–their highest level in five years.
Nuclear Energy Complexes in Russia and Kazakhstan: Prospects for Development and Cooperation

"Nuclear Energy Complexes in Russia and Kazakhstan: Prospects for Development and Cooperation" by Evgeny Vinokurov
EDB Industry Report
EDB | 2008 | ISBN: n/a | 28 pages | PDF | 1 MB

Kazakhstan has plans to develop its own nuclear power industry and is likely to base this on 300 MW Russian-Kazakh reactors and, in the longer-term, 1000 MW Westinghouse reactors. The ability to secure this capital from international and national development banks rests entirely upon the nuclear energy industry’s potential for development, innovation, diversification and integration.
Financing for Gender Equality: Realising Women’s Rights through Gender Responsive Budgeting

Zohra Khan, Nalini Burn, "Financing for Gender Equality: Realising Women’s Rights through Gender Responsive Budgeting"
2017 | ISBN-10: 1137461004 | 333 pages | PDF | 4 MB

Planning, Connecting, and Financing Cities -- Now: Priorities for City Leaders  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by lengen at Feb. 22, 2017
Planning, Connecting, and Financing Cities -- Now: Priorities for City Leaders

Planning, Connecting, and Financing Cities – Now: Priorities for City Leaders by The World Bank
English | Jan. 21, 2013 | ISBN: 0821398393 | 131 Pages | PDF | 8 MB

This report provides Mayors and other policymakers with a policy framework and diagnostic tools to anticipate and implement strategies that can avoid their cities from locking into irreversible physical and social structures. At the core of the policy framework are the three main dimensions of urban development.

International Debt Statistics 2013 (Global Development Finance)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by lengen at Feb. 22, 2017
International Debt Statistics 2013 (Global Development Finance)

International Debt Statistics 2013 (Global Development Finance) by World Bank
English | Dec. 20, 2012 | ISBN: 0821397877 | 339 Pages | PDF | 5 MB

International Debt Statistics (IDS) 2013 is a continuation of the World Bank’s publications Global Development Finance, Volume II (1997 through 2009) and the earlier World Debt Tables (1973 through 1996). IDS 2013 provides statistical tables showing the external debt of 128 developing countries that report public and publicly guaranteed external debt to the World Bank’s Debtor Reporting System (DRS). It also includes tables of key debt ratios for individual reporting countries and the composition of external debt stocks and flows for individual reporting countries and regional and income groups along with some graphical presentations.

Intellectual Property and Financing Strategies for Technology Startups  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Nice_smile) at Feb. 22, 2017
Intellectual Property and Financing Strategies for Technology Startups

Intellectual Property and Financing Strategies for Technology Startups by Gerald B. Halt Jr.
English | 2017 | ISBN: 3319492160 | 256 Pages | PDF | 2.94 MB
Sustainable Tourism with Web Resource: Business Development, Operations, and Management

Carol Patterson, "Sustainable Tourism with Web Resource: Business Development, Operations, and Management"
English | ISBN: 1450460038 | 2015 | 224 pages | PDF | 5 MB

Inclusive Green Growth: The Pathway to Sustainable Development  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by lengen at Feb. 21, 2017
Inclusive Green Growth: The Pathway to Sustainable Development

Inclusive Green Growth: The Pathway to Sustainable Development by World Bank
English | May 23, 2012 | ISBN: 0821395513 | 192 Pages | PDF | 4 MB

As the global population heads toward 9 billion by 2050, decisions made today will lock countries into growth patterns that may or may not be sustainable in the future. Care must be taken to ensure that cities and roads, factories and farms are designed, managed, and regulated as efficiently as possible to wisely use natural resources while supporting the robust growth developing countries still need. Economic development during the next two decades cannot mirror the previous two: poverty reduction remains urgent but growth and equity can be pursued without relying on policies and practices that foul the air, water, and land.

Global Development Finance 2012: External Debt of Developing Countries  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by lengen at Feb. 21, 2017
Global Development Finance 2012: External Debt of Developing Countries

Global Development Finance 2012: External Debt of Developing Countries by World Bank
English | Dec. 14, 2011 | ISBN: 0821389971 | 348 Pages | PDF | 7 MB

Global Development Finance 2012: External Debt of Developing Countries is a continuation of the World Bank’s publications Global Development Finance, Volume II (1997 through 2009) and the earlier World Debt Tables (1973 through 1996). As in previous years, GDF 2012 provides statistical tables showing the external debt of 129 developing countries that report public and publicly guaranteed external debt to the World Bank’s Debtor Reporting System (DRS). It also includes tables of key debt ratios for individual reporting countries and the composition of external debt stocks and flows for individual reporting countries and regional and income groups along with some graphical presentations.
Reducing Inequality for Shared Growth in China: Strategy and Policy Options for Guangdong Province (Directions in Development)

Reducing Inequality for Shared Growth in China: Strategy and Policy Options for Guangdong Province (Directions in Development) by The World Bank
English | Dec. 7, 2010 | ISBN: 0821384848 | 396 Pages | PDF | 5 MB

Guangdong, a province of over 93 million residents, is located on the southern coast of China, boarding with Hong Kong, China. As China’s powerhouse for economic growth and a pioneer of reform and opening up, Guangdong has maintained an annual average GDP growth rate of 13.7 percent over the past three decades. Its historical achievements notwithstanding, Guangdong witnessed increased inequality and regional disparity.