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  • 06 Oct 2006
  • Rajiv Arora, D.K. Banwet
  • Pages: 27
Electronic commerce is a vital part of India’s trade facilitation policy. Following major initiatives in liberalization in 1991 the need to facilitate international trade through policy and procedural reforms has become the cornerstone of trade and...
Following the Ebola virus outbreak, the United Nations set up its first-ever public health mission — the UN Mission for Ebola Emergency Response (UNMEER) — to deal with the pandemic. In this interview with Newton Kanhema for Africa Renewal, David...
French
The principal sphere in which ECLAC’S theses are situated is that of economics. However, as befits an integrated approach to development, the theories it has propounded also include sociological and political aspects. The social aspects of...
Spanish
This lecture discusses the features of the colonial situation in Latin America that conditioned the region’s economic and social performance in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. It deals in particular with Argentina, looking at the events...
Spanish
paper analyses the role assigned to foreign direct investment and transnational corporations in the ECLAC development project, examining the history of the institution and its most representative publications. With impressive continuity in its vision...
Spanish
Before all else, I would like to express our heartfelt appreciation to the government and people of Brazil for welcoming us to this beautiful and hospitable city. It has been 35 years since our highest intergovernmental forum last met here, but in no...
Spanish
Much has been written on the macroeconomic aspects of the economic reform process in Latin America, but much less has been published on its microeconomic results, especially at the company level. This paper explores how Embraer, a Brazilian aircraft...
Spanish
Many of the new member states as well as candidate and accession countries of the EU are confident that membership will result in substantially increased inward foreign direct investment (FDI) in manufacturing. This paper discusses the policy issues...
It is highly likely that EU accession negotiation had a large influence on foreign direct investment (FDI) into the Central and Eastern European countries involved therein. We found that as the membership talks progressed, the effect of attracting...
  • 31 Oct 2007
  • Hirokazu Yoshikawa, Kathleen McCartney, Robert Myers, Kristen L. Bub, Julieta Lugo-Gil, Maria A. Ramos, Felicia Knaul, Francisco X. Gaytan, Carolina Buitrago, Claudia Rincón, Keren Abina-Sotomayor, Pia Caronongan, Amanda Leigh Roy, Erin B. Godfrey
  • Pages: 68
An accumulation of research across hundreds of studies shows the benefits of quality early childhood care and education for children’s later learning, school success and social development. In recognition of the value of providing early learning...
The aim of this text is to provide a review of the literature and current policies of early childhood education and care in the economically most advanced countries of the world. The introductory chapter 1 provides some basic definitions: what is...
In Bangladesh, there appears to be high levels of modern contraceptive use but also high levels of adolescent childbearing. The present paper explores early marriage as a risk factor explaining early childbearing and mis timed pregnancies. Data...
The health of children and adolescents in high income countries negatively relates to income inequality. Theoretical interpretations of this association suggest that inequality intensifies social hierarchies, erodes social or material resources that...
Kenya’s post-election violence, which claimed an estimated 1,000 lives and displaced 350,000 people, appears to have abated. An agreement at the end of February to share power between government and opposition leaders has raised hopes of a return to...
French
Ebola virus disease (formerly known as Ebola haemorrhagic fever) is a severe, often fatal illness, with a death rate of up to 90%. The illness affects humans and nonhuman primates (monkeys, gorillas, and chimpanzees). Ebola first appeared in 1976 in...
French
As Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone battle the deadly Ebola virus outbreak and the world mobilizes to contain it, high food prices have been reported as farmers abandon their fields in the affected countries.
French
The economic impact of the Ebola virus outbreak in the most affected countries — Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone — is still unravelling. Figures are being collected and it is still unclear when the deadly virus will be contained. Even the most...
French
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