Global Public Policies and Programs: Implications for Financing and Evaluation: Proceedings from a World Bank Workshop
Christopher D. Gerrard, Marco A. Ferroni, Ashoka Mody
World Bank Publications, 2001 M01 1 - 244 páginas
This book is based on a global public policies and programs workshop held in July 2000. The papers examine conceptual issues along with the practical implementation problems of global public policies and programs. Some of the topics covered in this book are global financial instability, the implications of intellectual property rights protection for developing countries, and the promotion of international agricultural research.
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Página xvi - Professor Eichengreen has published widely on the history and current operation of the international monetary and financial system. His books include Capital Flows and Crises (MIT Press, 2003), Financial Crises and What to Do About Them (Oxford University Press, 2002), and Golden Fetters: The Gold Standard and the Great Depression, 1919-1939 (Oxford University Press, 1992).
Página 147 - The relentless march of intellectual property rights needs to be stopped and questioned. Developments in the new technologies are running far ahead of the ethical, legal, regulatory and policy frameworks needed to govern their use. More understanding is needed - in every country - of the economic and social consequences of the TRIPS Agreement. Many people have started to question the relationship between knowledge ownership and innovation. Alternative approaches to innovation, based on sharing, open...
Página xxv - Tropical CIDA Canadian International Development Agency CIFOR Center for International Forestry Research CIMMYT Centro Internacional de Mejoramiento de Maiz y Trigo...
Página 185 - If a good's benefits are both nonrival and nonexcludable, the good is a pure public good. A good's benefits are nonrival when one agent's consumption or use of the good does not detract in the slightest from the consumption opportunities of other users of the same unit of good.
Página 47 - World Commission on Dams, Dams and Development: A New Framework for DecisionMaking (London: Earthscan, November 2000), pp.
Página xxviii - UNAIDS Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS UNICEF United Nations Children's Fund...
Página xviii - In 1992-93, he temporarily rejoined the World Bank to serve as lead author for the Bank's 1993 World Development Report, Investing in Health.
Página xxvi - International Board for Plant Genetic Resources IBRD International Bank for Reconstruction and Development...
Página xxvii - Center for Agricultural Research in the Dry Areas ICRISAT International Crops Research Institute for the SemiArid Tropics IFPRI International Food Policy Research Institute IITA International Institute of Tropical Agriculture...
Página 165 - ... countries in the provisions of bankruptcy and insolvency codes. There is the danger that an international standard broad enough to encompass these variations will tend toward a lowest common denominator. Moreover, standards, by defining the minimum acceptable threshold, may weaken the incentive for countries to do better. What will prevent governments from taking steps to meet the letter of the requirement without in fact satisfying its spirit? Such qualms are reinforced by the experience with...
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