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Politico-economic development of Turkey and the transformation of political Islam
H. Ersel / Economic Research Forum, Egypt, 2013
In the 20th century, Turkey evolved from a closed agrarian economy into an open economy with a significant industrial base; identically, politically effective Islamic parties were born in the second half of the past century. However, ...
Mediating a convoluted conflict: South Africa’s approach to the inter-party negotiations in Zimbabwe
L. Mhandara; A. Pooe / African Centre for Constructive Resolution of Disputes, 2013
In the late 1990s, Zimbabwe became trapped in a ditch of multifaceted crises that were pronounced in the contest for political power between the ruling Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front (ZANU-PF) and the opposition Movem...
Productivity increase and changing sectoral composition: contribution to economic growth in India.
B. Goldar; A. Mitra / Institute of Economic Growth, India, 2008
A number of studies undertaken in the last six years have noted that India’s economic growth accelerated nearly a decade before the economic reforms began in India, i.e. the acceleration in India’s economic growth took pla...
Savings behaviour in South Asia
P. Agrawal; P. Sahoo; R.K. Dash / Institute of Economic Growth, India, 2008
Economic growth is among the most important factors affecting the quality of life that a people lead in a country. Given the close relation between savings and growth, the analysis of savings behaviour becomes naturally important in t...
Economic growth in South Asia: role of infrastructure
P. Sahoo; R.K. Dash / Institute of Economic Growth, India, 2008
South Asia has become one of the fastest growing regions in the world, accounting for nearly one quarter of world population and 40 per cent of the world’s poor. Infrastructure development, both economic and social, is one of th...
The impact of economic reforms on Indian manufacturers: evidence from a small sample survey
P. Agrawal; E. Sigge / Institute of Economic Growth, India, 2009
The Indian economic reforms of the early 1990s have stimulated much research and a host of academic papers. It is common to attribute India’s recently accelerated growth to the reforms. An aspect that has remained relatively unc...
Informal wage and formal sector productivity: theory and evidences from India
M. Dibyendu; S. Marjit / Institute of Economic Growth, India, 2009
It is understood that the ability of firms to avoid minimum wage laws, certain types of taxes and the livelihood needs for a vast majority of population leads to the formation of the unorganized sector whose significance can hardly be...
Regional openness, income growth and disparity across major Indian states during 1980-2004
M. Dibyendu; S. Marjit / Institute of Economic Growth, India, 2009
As a country progressively engages in international trade, its factors of production will increasingly enter into the export sector, where their return is higher, compared to the import competing sector. At the regional level too, tho...
Club-convergence and polarisation of states: a nonparametric analysis of post-reform India
S. Kar; D. Jha; A. Kateja / Institute of Economic Growth, India, 2010
For most of its post independence history, the Indian economy adopted inward looking policies based on the import substitution framework. The low growth of the seventies and early eighties and the balance of payment crisis at the begi...
Business group ownership of banks: issues and implications
A.T. Deb / Institute of Economic Growth, India, 2010
Banks perform the critical role of financial intermediation between households (savings surplus economic units) and firms (savings-deficit units), whereby they mobilize and aggregate small savings, and package and deliver them in the ...
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Politico-economic development of Turkey and the transformation of political Islam
H. Ersel / Economic Research Forum, Egypt, 2013
In the 20th century, Turkey evolved from a closed agrarian economy into an open economy with a significant industrial base; identically, politically effective Islamic parties were born in the second half of the past century. However, ...
Mediating a convoluted conflict: South Africa’s approach to the inter-party negotiations in Zimbabwe
L. Mhandara; A. Pooe / African Centre for Constructive Resolution of Disputes, 2013
In the late 1990s, Zimbabwe became trapped in a ditch of multifaceted crises that were pronounced in the contest for political power between the ruling Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front (ZANU-PF) and the opposition Movem...
Productivity increase and changing sectoral composition: contribution to economic growth in India.
B. Goldar; A. Mitra / Institute of Economic Growth, India, 2008
A number of studies undertaken in the last six years have noted that India’s economic growth accelerated nearly a decade before the economic reforms began in India, i.e. the acceleration in India’s economic growth took pla...
Savings behaviour in South Asia
P. Agrawal; P. Sahoo; R.K. Dash / Institute of Economic Growth, India, 2008
Economic growth is among the most important factors affecting the quality of life that a people lead in a country. Given the close relation between savings and growth, the analysis of savings behaviour becomes naturally important in t...
Economic growth in South Asia: role of infrastructure
P. Sahoo; R.K. Dash / Institute of Economic Growth, India, 2008
South Asia has become one of the fastest growing regions in the world, accounting for nearly one quarter of world population and 40 per cent of the world’s poor. Infrastructure development, both economic and social, is one of th...
The impact of economic reforms on Indian manufacturers: evidence from a small sample survey
P. Agrawal; E. Sigge / Institute of Economic Growth, India, 2009
The Indian economic reforms of the early 1990s have stimulated much research and a host of academic papers. It is common to attribute India’s recently accelerated growth to the reforms. An aspect that has remained relatively unc...
Informal wage and formal sector productivity: theory and evidences from India
M. Dibyendu; S. Marjit / Institute of Economic Growth, India, 2009
It is understood that the ability of firms to avoid minimum wage laws, certain types of taxes and the livelihood needs for a vast majority of population leads to the formation of the unorganized sector whose significance can hardly be...
Regional openness, income growth and disparity across major Indian states during 1980-2004
M. Dibyendu; S. Marjit / Institute of Economic Growth, India, 2009
As a country progressively engages in international trade, its factors of production will increasingly enter into the export sector, where their return is higher, compared to the import competing sector. At the regional level too, tho...
Club-convergence and polarisation of states: a nonparametric analysis of post-reform India
S. Kar; D. Jha; A. Kateja / Institute of Economic Growth, India, 2010
For most of its post independence history, the Indian economy adopted inward looking policies based on the import substitution framework. The low growth of the seventies and early eighties and the balance of payment crisis at the begi...
Business group ownership of banks: issues and implications
A.T. Deb / Institute of Economic Growth, India, 2010
Banks perform the critical role of financial intermediation between households (savings surplus economic units) and firms (savings-deficit units), whereby they mobilize and aggregate small savings, and package and deliver them in the ...
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Center for Comparative and International Studies (CIF)
The Center for Comparative and International Studies (CIS) is a political science research centre.
GATEWAY
GATEWAY focus is on collecting, sharing and expanding knowledge on corruption assessment. It aims to allow those who wish to measure corruption to match their needs with existing diagnostic tools. The project involves: Collecting information on existing corruption assessment methods and tools; Providing tool users with a better understanding of...
MiniAid (MiniAid)
African Community of Practice (AFCOP)
AfCop's mission is to build African capacity to manage for development results through sharing experiences, networking and building strong learning relationships between practitioners in Africa and around the world. Its members bring this dialogue and knowledge-sharing to their countries through national AfCoP chapters across the continent.
Open Budget Initiative (OBI)
The Open Budget Initiative (Initiative) is a global research and advocacy program which seeks to promote public access to budget information and the adoption of accountable budget systems. IBP launched the Initiative with the Open Budget Survey—an analysis and survey that evaluates whether governments give the public access to budget information and opportunities to participate i...
Localis (http://localis.org.uk/)
Localis is an independent think-tank based in Westminster, dedicated to issues related to local government and localism. Since its formation it has produced research on a variety of issues including housing, the reform of regional government, innovation in services and local government finance.
Local government of Rwanda
Local government of Rwanda site. Declares as it's mission statement: 'Promoting the well-being of the population by good governance, community development and social affairs.
Research Programme on Democracy (Democracy as Idea and Practice)
Research Programme on Democracy (Democracy as Idea and Practice) is based at the University of Oslo. (website under construction - more details to follow)
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