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- DocumentUnited Nations [UN] Research Institute for Social Development, 2001This article discusses the new development agenda and means of challenging the reigning neoliberal paradigm. The limitations of this competitive equilibrium model are widely recognized; it provides an inadequate model of developed countries, and therefore a poor starting point for the construction of a model for developing economies.DocumentUnited Nations [UN] Research Institute for Social Development, 2001This article focuses on the role that economist and policy analysts can play in shaping the parameters of the current debate in the direction development economics should take.The article finds that:the creditors' cartel of the IMF and the World Bank, and the dominance of neoliberal policies and ideas are maintained today through a combination of secrecy, unaccountability, and a lack ofDocumentInternational Programs Center, Population Division of the U.S. Bureau of the Census, 2001The world's population age 65 and older is growing by an unprecedented 800,000 people a month, and according to this report this phenomenon of global aging will continue well into the 21st century, with the numbers and proportions of older people continuing to rise in both developed and developing worlds. The pace of population aging, the report finds, varies widely among countries.DocumentEuropean NGOs for Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights, Population and Development, 2003Directory of funding from all major European budget lines in the field of sustainable development.The Guide is a reference work for development organisations and provides an overview of available public funding from 15 European countries and the European Community (amounting to over Euro 33 billion of funds available for development work, including SRH, HIV/AIDS etc.).DocumentEssential Information, 2001Contains a series of fact sheets and resources, taking a generally critical position on IMF and World Bank Structural Adjustment activities and policies.The fact sheets include:how Structural Adjustment worsens povertyhow the IMF helped create and worsen the Asian financial crisisthe IMF, the World Bank, and the HIV/AIDS crisishow Structural Adjustment destroys the environmeDocumentInternational Monetary Fund, 2001This article explores the progress to date in the Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper (PRSP) approach.The article concludes that:the PRSP approach is nearing its second anniversary, and the early experience has been encouragingmany low-income countries have developed their interim PRSPs and an increasing number will soon be completing their first full PRSPtheir attention will now sDocumentNational Bureau of Economic Research, USA, 2001This paper sets out a general equilibrium pollution and trade model to provide a framework for examination of the trade and environment debate. The model contains as special cases a canonical pollution haven model as well as the standard Heckscher-Ohlin-Samuelson factor endowments model.Document
From nomadism to sedentarism: an analysis of development contraints and public policy issues in the socioeconomic tranformation of the pastoral Fulani of NigeriaGamji, 2001This article discusses the status fo the Fulani pastoralists in Nigeria.The article concludes that:the socioeconomic transformation of the Fulani will not be achieved so long as the policy-makers ignore the environmental limitations and the sociocultural preferences of the pastoral Fulaniso long as the Fulani are distant from decision-making and implementation on matters affecting tDocumentForeign Policy in Focus, 2001This article finds that:the World Bank’s Articles of Agreement (its charter) require that it lend only for productive purposesthe bank’s nature and practice ensure that its projects will have a high failure ratehe bank promotes risktaking, but only for its borrowerKey criticisms of the World Bankthe World Bank has power without responsibilityborrowers are drivenDocumentForeign Policy in Focus, 2001This article discusses the extent to which the Argentinian economic crisis delegitimises the IMF's promotion of free capital mobility around the globe.The article finds that:IMF's activities in Argentina, deviate radically from it's original mandate. This is because it was designed to support the U.S.