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    Protected Areas: the concept and case studies

    Institute of Development Studies UK, 1998
    Historical development of the concept of protected areas and biodiversity, plus short case studies of Cameroon, Colombia, Spain and Zimbabwe.
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    General equilibrium modelling of trade and the environment / John Beghin ...[et al.]

    OECD Development Centre, 1996
    The environmental impacts of economic activity have become an increasingly urgent concern in both OECD Member countries, as well as in non-Member countries. Research in this area is still in its infancy, and the data required to buttress analytical studies is still sparse.
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    Outflows of capital from China

    OECD Development Centre, 1997
    While the world has been mesmerised by China’s emergence as a major player in international trade, now being one of the world’s top ten traders, and also as an absorber of international capital (second only to the United States), China’s state-owned and other public sector enterprises have been quietly growing in importance as a source of international capital.
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    The Policy Challenges of Globalisation and Regionalisation

    OECD Development Centre, 1999
    Globalisation and regionalisation tend to be mutually reinforcing. Policies must ensure that this outcome prevails, for non-OECD and OECD countries alike. Globalisation can weaken social cohesion and States’ economic policy autonomy. Post-taylorist “flexible” forms of organisation now drive and shape globalisation.
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    What Institutional Framework for the Informal Sector ?

    OECD Development Centre, 1995
    Many micro-enterprises are known to the authorities, in particular because they pay taxes. Intermediate-revenue countries impose certain standards to protect consumers.Wages regulations are only rarely respected. The creation and development of micro-enterprises could be assisted by institutional reforms.
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    Employment Creation and Development Strategy

    OECD Development Centre, 1993
    Developing countries will account for almost all the increase in the world's labour force over the next 25 years; most countries, especially in Africa, will experience very rapid labour force growth. Labour-intensive development has been spectacularly successful in some countries and others have begun to emulate them.
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    Towards Sustainable Development in Rural Africa

    OECD Development Centre, 1999
    A growing recognition of the need to delimit the role of the government, to promote the market framework, and to rely on the private sector as the engine of growth, offers the prospect of a new beginning in rural development in Africa.
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    Managing the environment in developing countries

    OECD Development Centre, 1992
    Environmental policy should be inspired by the recognition that the environment is everyone’s business; all social actors must be involved in environmental management. Policies that implicitly subsidize a wasteful and environmentally destructive use of resources are pervasive: reforms should command a high priority on economic as well as environmental grounds.
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    Biotechnology and sustainable crop production in Zimbabwe

    OECD Development Centre, 1995
    This case study of Zimbabwe has examined developments in biotechnology against the background of a well-developed national agricultural research, plant breeding and seeds system.
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    Considerations of wildlife resources and land use in Chad

    Development Experience Clearinghouse, USAID, 1997
    Planning and education are needed on options for numbers of animals. land use in Chad to ensure that development considers the proper use, maintenance, and enhancement of its remaining natural resources, and especially the needs of fish and wildlife populations and their habitats. Chadians traditionally have harvested wildlife and their very rich fisheries to supplement their diets.

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