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- DocumentEconomic and Social Research Foundation, Tanzania, 1997The paper put forward the following main observations: The Tanzania economy so far has achieved modest growth recovery, price stability, improved consumer choice and enhanced civil liberties. However, high dependence on aid, deterioration of public services, low investment and institutional decay were noted.DocumentEconomic and Social Research Foundation, Tanzania, 1997The paper analyzed foreign aid management in Tanzania. The paper used secondary information and qualitative data from various research studies, Government institutions and NGO’s.Among others the paper has examined trends in the volume of official development assistance to Tanzania; changing forms of Aid; sectoral forms of Aid; and the institutional framework for managing aid.DocumentEconomic and Social Research Foundation, Tanzania, 1995The study aimed at reviewing the literature and providing a bibliography on agriculture and rural development in Tanzania.DocumentInstitute of Policy Studies, Pakistan, 1997This paper believes that the intriguing issue of overpopulation is overplayed. The factor that truly determines whether an economy progresses or stagnates is its institutions that permit, rather encourage, human ingenuity to work freely. The comparison of the centrally planned and regimented communist economies and those allowing free market mechanism more than substantiate that claim.DocumentInstitute of Policy Studies, Pakistan, 1997Any scheme of poverty alleviation will be judged for its impact on the intended clientele group, in the background of the overall government policies and plans, more particularly at the macro level.DocumentOECD Development Centre, 2000Reviews the evolution of Uganda’s income distribution and poverty since the early 1980s, and assess the role that global factors played in the process.DocumentOECD Development Centre, 2000Zambia has undergone a dramatic transformation of economic policy during the 1990s. The election in 1991 of the Movement for Multi-party Democracy government saw the introduction of a series of major economic reforms designed to transform the Zambian economy from a relatively inward looking and state dominated economy to an outward oriented economy based upon private enterprise.DocumentOECD Development Centre, 2001The paper focuses on four Southeast Asian economies, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand and the Philippines. It looks at the underlying factors explaining the variance between the experience of these countries.DocumentOECD Development Centre, 2001Paper explores the policies and political context underlying the response of African countries to globalisation, with an emphasis on trade liberalisation.African countries have had mixed experiences with globalisation, with some achieving better social outcomes than others.Document
Becoming a knowledge bank? The World Bank’s emerging approach to knowledge, partnership and development in the time of globalisationCentre of African Studies, Edinburgh, 2000The World Bank President, James Wolfensohn, has committed his organisation to becoming a knowledge bank in the most visible example of development cooperation agency concern with the effects of new knowledge debates on their existing ways of working.