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The World Bank Legal Review

Author: Hassane Cissé
Publisher: World Bank Publications
ISBN: 0821388649
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This book focuses on the legal challenges and opportunities for International Financial Institutions in the post-crisis world. It includes contributions from academics, practitioners and Bank staff. The contributions cover a broad array of issues, included governance reform and constitutional framework of IFIs, privileges and immunities, responsibility of international organizations, issues related to fragile and conflict-affected states, climate finance, and the recent financial crisis. The book is organized in three main areas, namely (i) Law of International Organizations: Issues Confronting IFIs; (ii) Legal Obligations and Institutions of Developing Countries: Rethinking Approaches of IFIs; and (iii) International Finance and the Challenges of Regulatory Governance.

Drivers Of Corruption

Author: Tina Søreide
Publisher: World Bank Publications
ISBN: 146480401X
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This report provides an overview of arguments explaining the risk of corruption. Corrupt acts are subject to decision making authority and assets available for grabbing. These assets can be stolen, created by artificial shortage, or become available as the result of a market failure. Assets that are especially exposed to corruption include profits from the private sector, revenues from the export of natural resources, aid and loans, and the proceeds of crime. Whether or not opportunities for corruption are exploited depends on the individuals involved, the institution or society they are part of, and the law enforcement circumstances. Corruption usually persists in situations in which players are aware of the facts but nonetheless condone the practice. Absence of reaction can result from information asymmetries (in which the people who are supposed to act are not aware of the need to act), coordination failure, patronage-determined loyalty, and incentive problems at the political level. This review of results and insights from different parts of the scholarly literature on corruption focuses on areas where research can guide anticorruption policy. The report also describes a number of corruption-related challenges in need of more attention from researchers.

The World Bank Legal Review Volume 6 Improving Delivery In Development

Author: Jan Wouters
Publisher: World Bank Publications
ISBN: 146480379X
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Voice, social contract, and accountability are discussed from the point of view of the function of law, justice, judicial systems and related areas from human rights to government policy, urban development, resource management, gender, social rights, economic reforms, governance, sustainable development and anti-corruption.

The World Bank Legal Review

Author: Hassane Cissé
Publisher: World Bank Publications
ISBN: 0821388630
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This book focuses on the legal challenges and opportunities for International Financial Institutions in the post-crisis world. It includes contributions from academics, practitioners and Bank staff. The contributions cover a broad array of issues, included governance reform and constitutional framework of IFIs, privileges and immunities, responsibility of international organizations, issues related to fragile and conflict-affected states, climate finance, and the recent financial crisis. The book is organized in three main areas, namely (i) Law of International Organizations: Issues Confronting IFIs; (ii) Legal Obligations and Institutions of Developing Countries: Rethinking Approaches of IFIs; and (iii) International Finance and the Challenges of Regulatory Governance.

The World Bank Legal Review Volume 5

Author: Hassane Cisse
Publisher: World Bank Publications
ISBN: 1464800383
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This volume explores the potentially transformative role of effective laws and legal institutions in providing people with more opportunity that is both inclusive and equitable.

The World Bank Legal Review

Author: Hassane Cisse
Publisher: World Bank Publications
ISBN: 0821395076
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The fourth volume of the World Bank Legal Review contains essays that examine how innovations in law, and efforts to empower the poor, can help achieve development objectives.

The World Bank Annual Report 2004

Author: The World Bank (Washington).
Publisher: World Bank Publications
ISBN: 9780821357712
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Contents of Volume 1: Message from the Chairman, The Board of Executive Directors, The World Bank Group, The Development Agenda, Regional Perspectives, Thematic Perspectives, Improving Development Effectiveness, Summary of Fiscal 2004 Activities, and About the World Bank.

Des Institutions Pour Les March S Rapport 2002

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Publisher: World Bank Publications
ISBN: 0195216067
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The World Development Report, now in its 24th edition, is the standard reference work for international economic data. It contains an appendix of social and economic statistics for more than 200 countries. World Development Report 2001--Institutions for Markets--focuses on the performance of transition countries in their progress toward market economies. This edition is centered around the issues related to market reform and how reforms can improve and sustain living standards. It answers such questions as: How can institutions better support markets? and What are the institutions which make markets effective in delivering inclusive growth?

The World Bank Legal Review

Author: World Bank
Publisher: World Bank Publications
ISBN: 9780821350645
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Sustainable poverty reduction and equitable economic development measures rely upon a framework based upon the rule of law. This publication, the first in a new annual series, offers a combination of legal scholarship, lessons from experience, legal developments, and recent reports on how the application of law and the improvement of justice systems can promote poverty reduction, economic development, and the rule of law.