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Global Trade: Implications of the Current Crisis
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Democracy in Dangerous Places- Collier
The Politics of Resource Allocation
Neeraj Negi, evaluation officer for the World Bank, was a member of an evaluation team that studied macrodevelopment issues that contributed to the adoption of the new resource allocation framework by the Global Environmental Facility (GEF).
Prosperity or Peril? The Next Phase of Globalization