• Human Development Report 2010
    Human Development Report 2010 20th Anniversary Edition The Real Wealth of Nations: Pathways to Human Development Published for the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Copyright © 2010 by the United Nations Development Programme 1 UN Plaza, New York, NY 10017, USA All rights reserved...
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  • Public Administration and Globalisation
    In cooperation with the Eastern Regional Organization for Public Administration United Nations Division for Public Administration and Development Management Department of Economic and Social Affairs Public Administration and Globalization: Enhancing Public-Private Collaboration in Public...
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  • Causes of Deforestation
    given region. The mix of these forces varies from decade to decade, and from country to country. As a consequence, generalizations are dangerous. In most cases, deforestation is a process that involves a competition amongst different land users for scarce resources, a process exacerbated by counter-productive...
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  • Foreign Trade Policy
    aspects that how the various theories explain the development of foreign trade between the nations. The main objectives of this unit are: • To analysis similarities and differences between internal and international trade. • • • To provide an overview of various theories in foreign trade. To evaluate...
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  • Ethnic
    Traditional Culture: A Case Study of Sirubari Village, Nepal Tilak Prasad Kandel andel Thesis submitted for the degree: Master in Philosophy in Indigenous Studies Faculty of Humanities, Social Sciences and Education University of Tromsø Norway Autumn 2011 2 Tourism and Impacts on Traditional...
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  • Small Scale Enterprise and Poverty Reduction
    less than a dollar a day (Annan, 2001). It is also estimated that around one-third of the people living in developing countries continue to live in ‘income poverty’ by earning less than one US dollar per day. This affects children and so nearly 12 million children die each year before their fifth birthday...
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  • Essay
    ou=TeAM YYePG, email=yyepg@msn.com Reason: I attest to the accuracy and integrity of this document Date: 2005.05.13 21:59:54 +08'00' Global Tourism Global Tourism Third edition Edited by William F. Theobald AMSTERDAM • BOSTON • HEIDELBERG • LONDON NEW YORK • OXFORD • PARIS • SAN DIEGO...
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  • Globalization
    well as opportunity, especially among developing nations, enhances civil liberties and leads to a more efficient allocation of resources. Economic theories of comparative advantage suggest that free trade leads to a more efficient allocation of resources, with all countries involved in the trade benefiting...
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  • Nigeria
    incredibly rich nation in terms of its resource potential but in terms of its actual production, Nigeria is characterized by the UN as having “Low Human Development.” (United Nations 2010). Chinua Achebe’s novel Things Fall Apart documents the collapse of the traditional tribal structure of Nigeria as Britain...
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  • Ibus 310 Study Guide
    incentives dominate * The triple convergence * New Technology (the decrease of importance of geographic distance and cultural differences, global fiber-optic network allows people to connect seamlessly * i.e. Southwest airlines empowered its customers to download and print out their own boarding...
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  • The Dominant Paradigm
    field of development communication. Different theories and strategies shared the premise that problems of development were basically rooted in lack of knowledge and that, consequently, interventions needed to provide people with information to change behavior. The early generation of development communication...
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  • Lecture Notes Economic Development
    accompany Development Economics Ramesh Mohan Bryant University Lecture Notes to accompany Development Economics Ramesh Mohan Copyright © 2005 E.Wayne Nafziger Development Economics ...
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  • Electrification
    Eligibility: Philippines ratified FCCC on 8/2/94 GEF Focal Area: Climate Change GEF Programming Framework: OP 6 2. Summary: Rural electrification is a pro-poor flagship program of the Philippines’ Department of Energy (DOE), the aim of which is to improve the quality of life in rural areas through the provision...
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  • Economic
    for Developing Countries Shahid Yusuf World Bank DECRG June 2001 Research Manager, Development Research Group, World Bank. The paper draws upon some of the research done for the World Development Report 1999/2000 which was directed by the author. I thank Simon Evenett for his helpful suggestions...
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  • The Cause and Effect of Desforestation
    and awareness. Deforestation is the conversion of forest to an alternative permanent non-forested land use such as agriculture, grazing or urban development (van Kooten and Bulte, 2000). Deforestation is primarily a concern for the developing countries of the tropics (Myers, 1994) as it is shrinking areas...
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  • Target: Swot
    Introduction and Company Background A. Wal-Mart history Wal-Mart Stores Inc. is the largest retailer in the world. They operate in the US and International market. Sam Walton started in the retailing business when he bought a Ben Franklin five and dime store in Newport, Arkansas in 1945. In 1962, he opened the...
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  • Biofuels and Impacts on Rural Livelihoods in Eastern Africa
    ‘Biofuels and impacts on rural livelihoods in Eastern Africa’ 1. Introduction Global biofuel production tripled between 2000 and 2007 and is predicted to double again by 2011 (Malony & Smith 2010). The growing global interest in biofuels is generally caused by various issues. Firstly, climate change...
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  • Report on Credit Risk Management on National Bank Ltd
    Objective of the study: The objective of the assignment is to familiarize students with the real business situation, to compare them with the business theories & at last stage make a report on assign task. The study has been undertaken with the following objectives: To analysis the pros and cons of the...
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  • Globalization- Does It Only Work for the Rich?
    in pushing economic globalization is to help the world's poor. More specifically, they contend that removing barriers to corporate trade and financial investments is the best path to growth, which they say offers the best chance to lift the poor from poverty. They also assert that the millions of people...
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  • Advanced Macroeconomics
    and poor become poorer? It is because of the rising in inequality. He rich have got richer, and the poor have become relatively poorer. It is not that the real incomes of the lowest paid have fallen (though in some cases real incomes have been stagnant) but, they have fallen behind higher income earners...
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