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Postcrisis Growth and Development

A Development Agenda for the G-20

A new conference volume, Postcrisis Growth and Development: A Development Agenda for the G-20, offers a groundbreaking analysis of key areas critical to the global development agenda and vital to the G-20’s mandate for fostering sustainable, balanced growth. The volume, which includes new socioeconomic data on the G-20 countries as well as chapters on a range of important topics, is the output of a joint high-level conference on development in Busan in June 2010 organized by South Korea and the World Bank.

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Postcrisis Growth and Development:A Development Agenda for the G-20: Overview | Shahrokh Fardoust, Yongbeom Kim, and Claudia Sepúlveda

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Complete book as one file (PDF | 5,664 KB) 

Front Matter (including the Foreword by Justin Yifu Lin and Il SaKong) 

Chapter 1

Why Development Should Be a Priority Agenda for the G-20 | Il SaKong

Chapter 2

Why the G-20 Should Be Interested in the Development of the G-160 | Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala

Chapter 3

A Global Economy with Multiple Growth Poles | Justin Yifu Lin

Chapter 4

The G-20 and Global Development | Zia Qureshi

Chapter 5

Joint Discovery and Upgrading of Comparative Advantage:Lessons from Korea’s Development Experience | Wonhyuk Lim

Chapter 6

Achieving the Millennium Development Goals in the Aftermath of the Global Economic Crisis 

Keeping the Promise | Jomo Kwame Sundaram 

The Millennium Development Goals after the Crisis | Delfin Go and Hans Timmer 

Chapter 7

Aid for Trade: Building on Progress Today for Tomorrow’s Future | Bernard Hoekman and John S. Wilson

Chapter 8

Infrastructure and Sustainable Development | Marianne Fay and Michael Toman, with Daniel Benitez and Stefan Csordas 

Chapter 9

Food Security: The Need for Multilateral Action | Christopher Delgado, with Robert Townsend, Iride Ceccacci, Yurie Tanimichi Hoberg, Saswati Bora, Will Martin, Don Mitchell, Don Larson, Kym Anderson and Hassan Zaman 

Chapter 10

Toward Universal Access: Addressing the Global Challenge of Financial Inclusion | Peer Stein, Bikki Randhawa, and Nina Bilandzic

Appendix A and B

A: Matrix of Proposed Policy Actions: A Development Agenda for the G-20
B: G-20 and Non–G-20 Selected Economic and Social Indicators

- Index

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