World Development Report 1983

World Development Report 1983

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This report is the sixth in an annual series assessing development issues. It reviews recent trends in the international economy and their implications for the developing countries with a special focus on the management and institutional aspects of development. The early recovery in the world economy foreseen in last year's World Development Report did not materialize. The recession has lasted longer than expected and has set back global development more decisively than at any time since the Great Depression. The indications of an upturn are now firmer, but the international financial system remains severely strained and protectionism continues to be an ominous threat. This report reviews how alternative policies may affect the future prospects for recovery. It concludes that the present financial crisis is manageable, provided concerted efforts are made both nationally and internationally. It is essential for the industrial countries to maintain the momentum of their recovery, to promote freer trade, and to ensure growth in capital flows. Equally important, developing countries must for their part continue their efforts to adjust their economies to the new external circumstances and thereby regain the confidence of their creditors.The institute often tests trainees to see how well its programs have been absorbed, and supervisors as well as trainees are ... Some courses a€” pre-entry programs for top civil servants, for example a€” can be shortened to make room for training staff in ... Ahmeda- bad (IIMA), the Asian Institute of Management in the Philippines (AIM), Malaysiaa#39;s National Institute of Public ... In many departments INTANa#39;s courses are often seen as an integral part of career develtant policy questions.


Title:World Development Report 1983
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Publisher:World Bank Publications - 1983
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