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Mongolia and Governance

Mongolia
  • Capital: Ulan Bator
  • Population: 3086918
  • Size: 1565000.0 Km2

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Public-private infrastructure investment and deposit insurance in Mongolia
Korea Development Institute 2011
The 2010 South Korean Knowledge Sharing Program (KSP) with Mongolia was initiated in December 2009 when the Ministry of Finance (MOF) and the National Development and Innovation Committee (NDIC) of the Government of Mongolia submitted...
Institutional sphere contribution to human development: an institutional approach
R. Chkoundali; H. Haffoudhi; H. Abdenneji / Economic Research Forum, Egypt 2011
The institutions have been considered as a major determinant of development with the new institutional economics. The main objective of this paper is to emphasise the importance of integrating the institutional indicator component for...
Recommendations for improving transparency and accountability in Mongolia
L. Beck, ; ;; T. Mendel; J. Thindwa / World Bank Publications 2007
Governmental accountability has become an increasing focus of attention by international donors in their development policies, strategies, and programmes. This study focuses on social accountability in Mongolia and the conditions infl...
What can be done about corruption in the judicial sector?
Transparency International 2007
This year’s report concentrates on judicial systems and warns that corruption is undermining judicial systems around the world, denying citizens access to justice and the basic human right to a fair and impartial trial. ...
Designing social funds for government decentralisation
Jean P. Faguet; Frank B. Wietzke / id21 Development Research Reporting Service 2007
Social funds and decentralised government are two distinct phenomena which are spreading rapidly throughout the developing world. The burning question is: can social funds, which have emerged in most countries as a highly centralised ...
Development in Central Asia: governance is crucial
V. Fritz / Overseas Development Institute 2007
This paper analyses the governance situation in Central Asia, which poses a key obstacle to development. It seeks to draw greater attention to Central Asia as a developing region, which has often been neglected,  and focuses on t...
Privatisation of banks and industry should lead to increases in productivity and investment in Mongolia
S.W. Black / International Monetary Fund 2001
Deals with reform in Mongolia and obstacles to economic growth. In recent years Mongolia has made relatively good progress towards reforming its government and institutions and making a transition to a market economy, as compared with...
What risks do pastoral livestock keepers face in Nothwestern China?
S. Baas; L. Yongong; J. Swift / Sustainable Development Department, FAO SD Dimensions 2001
This report presents an analytical framework for assessing the risks pastoral livestock keepers face in Nothwestern China. Policy recommendations included in the report were formulated on the basis of the findings of field studies con...
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