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Inspired by the 'greed versus grievance' argument developed by an Oxford professor, Paul Collier, and research officer, Anke Hoeffler, in a World Bank paper from 2002, the book unreflectively applies a framework, but not the critiques launched against it.
An earlier World Bank paper, for example, estimated that the TPP could boost Vietnam's economic growth by 10 percent and Malaysia's by 8 percent by 2030.
The World Bank paper on Migration and Development: A Role for the World Bank Group provides an overview of the fundamental drivers of migration and the associated economic benefits and challenges.
The authorities should start issuing appropriate instruments, for example government bonds or central bank paper, for this purpose and allow for the possibility of an emergency liquidity facility at the CBI.
The World Bank paper said although most expected a smooth tightening cycle from the Fed, there was a risk of a substantial hit to capital flows if investors started to expect more aggressive hikes and drove up long-term bond yields.
Streamlining schedules, stops, fares, and passenger information among subways, buses and commuter rail, will make it easier for passengers, cut down on operational costs and boost operational revenue, according to a new World Bank paper published today, Public Transport Service Optimization and System Integration.
Hobhouse stated outright in Parliament that he was "afraid that bank paper would fall into as low a condition as even assignats or mandats.
As the World Bank paper also pointed out, it should not merely be a case of dishing out information.
We continue to see a strong demand for Yes Bank paper.
A 2006 World Bank paper found that by bringing government closer to the people, decentralization can help reduce corruption as well as improve service delivery.
Last year they reversed course, printing central bank paper indexed to the dollar and facilitating dollar-denominated commerce despite the scarcity of greenbacks.
According to the 1999 World Bank Paper Infrastructure, Geographical Disadvantage and Transport costs, if East Africa reduced its transport costs by 10%, trade could increase by more than 20%.