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- DocumentGovernance and Development Review, IDS, 2002Brazil and South Africa have much in common. In particular, they are both large middle income countries with very high levels of income inequality where whites historically have dominated over blacks.They differ markedly in terms of the significance of income tax. Relatively little income tax is collected in Brazil (4% of GDP).DocumentGlobal March Against Child Labour, 2002Concept paper for the Fifth Africa Governance Forum Maputo, Mozambique, 23-25 May 2002The paper argues for decentralization as an important first step in creating regular, predictable opportunities for citizen-state interaction, despite its limited application and success record in Africa.DocumentUNDP Regional Bureau for Africa, 2002Interim report on progress with Zimbabwe's fast track programme of land reform, with recommendations on future policy.Recommendations include: Moratorium on changes in existing laws and regulations until a comprehensive land policy can be developedA major effort is required to promote the improvement and growth of agricultural production and service linkages between industry and agDocumentAgeing and Life Course (WHO), 2000Outline of a WHO project to produce evidence on the problem and facilitate grass roots and macro-level partnerships that would ensure the support of older people as assets in all areas of care related to HIV/ AIDS.DocumentJoint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS, 2001This report is a qualitative analysis of the circumstances and consequences of parental caregiving to adult children with AIDS in Thailand based on open-ended interviews, primarily with parents of adult children who died of AIDS.The results reveal the circumstances that lead to parental caregiving, the tasks involved and the stress they created, how parents coped with this stress, and the conseDocumentCentre for Research in Economic Development and International Trade, Nottingham, 2002Looks at the relationship between poverty and education in Uganda in the 1990s. It shows how growth in living standards and poverty reduction during that period was fastest for more educated households. Income growth at the household level is disaggregated into earnings growth from three kinds of activity: farming, non-agricultural self-employment and wage employment.DocumentCentre for Research in Economic Development and International Trade, Nottingham, 2002Looks at how voluntary contributions to community-specific public goods affect:the relationship between inequality of incomes and inequality of welfare outcomes individuals’ material incentives for supporting income redistribution.DocumentCentre for Research in Economic Development and International Trade, Nottingham, 2006This revised paper is a contribution to the literature on aid and growth. Despite an extensive empirical literature in this area, existing studies have not addressed directly the mechanisms via which aid should affect growth.DocumentCentre for Research in Economic Development and International Trade, Nottingham, 2002Looks at three issues in the aid effectiveness debate: the theoretical case for foreign aid. Using an endogenous growth version of the standard overlapping generations model, we show that aid can be an effective policy tool in spurring growth in poor countries.DocumentFord Foundation, 2002An introduction to the basic ideas that form the framework for the Asset Building & Community Development Program of the Ford Foundation. The programme supports grantees in building the enduring resources—assets—that individuals, organizations, or com-munities can acquire, develop, improve, or transfer across generations.