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    Multinational versus expatriate FDI: a comparative analysis of the Chinese and Indian experiences

    Indian Council for Research on International Economic Relations, 2000
    This paper offers estimated econometric models of FDI inflows into both China and India, making a distinction between multinational versus expatriate investments and provides statistics and analysis for both countries.Findings include:FDI inflow into India in 1997-98 totaled $3.2 billion as against the 1997 Chinese aggregate of almost $39 billionin both countries, investment by larg
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    How health workers earn a living in China

    Institute of Development Studies UK, 2000
    This summary was produced by id21.Under the command economy all government health workers in China earned similar salaries. Twenty years of transition to a socialist market economy, including liberalisation of the labour market, has led to growing income differences. An Institute of Development Studies working paper explores how this has affected health workers.
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    Who counts reality?: participatory monitoring and evaluation: a literature review

    Institute of Development Studies UK, 1998
    With more and more opportunities to promote broad-based participation in development, there is increased recognition that monitoring and evaluation should also be participatory.
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    HIV/AIDS : USAID and U.N. response to the epidemic in the developing world

    Development Experience Clearinghouse, USAID, 1998
    Review of the the HIV/AIDS prevention activities of USAID and the Joint United Nations (UN) Program on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDSDespite the continued spread of HIV/AIDS in many countries, USAID has made important contributions to the fight against the disease.
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    Pastoral land tenure and agricultural expansion: Sudan and the Horn of Africa

    International Institute for Environment and Development, 1999
    Examines the particular case of Sudan, but suggests the discussion is relevant to the countries of the African Horn in general and Southern Ethiopia in particular.
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    Export Crop Liberalisation in Africa

    Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, 1999
    The transfer can be considered to have been reasonably successful so far. Producer returns have generally been higher than under the former marketing arrangements and payments more prompt. But in many countries, however, the changes have led to problems, particularly with regard to the supply of production inputs.
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    The reality of trying to transform structures and processes: forestry in rural livelihoods

    Overseas Development Institute, 2000
    What are the key constraints to improving forest based livelihoods within the forest sector? What are the key relationships that provide the institutional context in which forest based livelihoods operate? Hobley and Shields focus on a forestry project in Karnataka, India to illustrate the processes and problems of supporting livelihood change in the forestry institutional environment.
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    National Regulations for Groundwater: Options, Issues and Best Practices

    Legal Office, FAO, 1999
    Review and analysis of national legislation believed to be representative of the available choice of mechanisms or options and illustrative of emerging best practices and attendant issues.
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    Land ownership and foreigners: a comparative analysis of regulatory approaches to the acquisition and use of land by foreigners

    Legal Office, FAO, 1999
    Foreign ownership of land has historically been a sensitive political issue,and measures to regulate or restrict the practice in one form or another have figured prominently in national land laws. The study by Hodgson, Cullinan and Campbell provides an overview of the various regulatory approaches that have been devised to deal with this issue.
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    Achieving Schooling For All: Budgetary Expenditures on Education in Sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia

    Institute of Development Studies UK, 1998
    Analyses public spending on education in Sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia over recent years, with a particular focus upon primary schooling. It identifies regional expenditure trends since 1980, and provides more detailed comparative data for selected countries over the 1990-95 period.

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