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- Rich Donors, Poor Countries. THOMAS, M. A. // Policy Review;Oct/Nov2012, Issue 175, p41
The author discusses foreign aid donations given to developing countries, arguing that the government policies developed by wealthy nations cannot be replicated in poorer countries and providing recommendations for developing more limited governments that rely less on foreign aid. Topics include...
- Productivity in Physical and Chemical Science Predicts the Future Economic Growth of Developing Countries Better than Other Popular Indices. Jaffe, Klaus; Caicedo, Mario; Manzanares, Marcos; Gil, Mario; Rios, Alfredo; Florez, Astrid; Montoreano, Claudia; Davila, Vicente // PLoS ONE;Jun2013, Vol. 8 Issue 6, p1
Scientific productivity of middle income countries correlates stronger with present and future wealth than indices reflecting its financial, social, economic or technological sophistication. We identify the contribution of the relative productivity of different scientific disciplines in...
- ESTHER DUFLO, 36. Heffernan, Tim // Esquire;Dec2008, Vol. 150 Issue 6, p159
The article profiles the career of Esther Duflo, co-founder of the Jameel Poverty Action Lab at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. The lab applies the tools of scientific research such as pharmacology, randomized testing, and double blind trials to economic development projects. The goal...
- SHORT-RUN EQUILIBRIUM AND SHADOW PRICES IN THE DUAL ECONOMY1. DIXIT, AVINASH // Oxford Economic Papers;Sep1971, Vol. 23 Issue 3, p384
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- Trends in health-related quality of life and health service use associated with comorbid diabetes and major depression in South Australia, 1998-2008. Atlantis, Evan; Goldney, Robert; Eckert, Kerena; Taylor, Anne; Phillips, Patrick // Social Psychiatry & Psychiatric Epidemiology;Jun2012, Vol. 47 Issue 6, p871
Purpose: To investigate the trends in health-related quality of life and health service use associated with diabetes and/or major depression in South Australia from 1998 to 2008. Methods: Data analyzed were from 9,059 persons aged â‰¥15 years who participated in representative surveys of the...
- Review of the evidence for interventions to increase young people's use of health services in developing countries. Dick, Bruce; Ferguson, Jane; Chandra-Mouli, Venkatraman; Brabin, Loretta; Chatterjee, Subidita; Ross, David A. // WHO Technical Report Series;2006, Issue 938, p151
The article presents a review of the evidence for interventions to increase the use of health services by young people developing countries. It focuses on studies that attempted to increase availability, accessibility and acceptability of health services to young people. Summaries of analysis,...
- First the Strategy, then the Bricks. Rich, Douglas R.; Hosking, James F. // Journal of Healthcare Management;May/Jun2004, Vol. 49 Issue 3, p151
Presents an approach to evaluate a specific set of factors that are likely to affect the future utilization of capital projects for hospital construction. Discussion of the different factors; Determination of the strategic feasibility of developing a replacement facility project; Importance of...
- BMI VIEW. // Emerging Markets Monitor;2/24/2003, Vol. 8 Issue 43, p3
Presents an update on financial indicators in emerging markets as of February 24, 2003. Philippine peso-American dollar exchange rate; Factors that supported Malaysia's Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange; Reason Qatar's Global 09 bond is well supported.
- Public-private partnerships in third world development: A conceptual overview. Mitchell-Weaver, Clyde; Manning, Brenda // Studies in Comparative International Development;Winter91, Vol. 26 Issue 4, p45
Discusses the promotion of public-private partnerships in third world development agencies like the US AID, the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund. Importance of partnerships in donor-country development thinking in the 1980s; Role in the development process.