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World Bank. 2014. Islamic State of Afghanistan: Pathways to Inclusive Growth. Full Report. Report no. ACS8228. (MAMS-related materials, prepared by Hans Lofgren and Susanna Gable, are found on pp. 6-8, 57-61, and 101-112.)

Hogg, Richard, Claudia Nassif, Camilo Gomez Osorio, William Byrd, and Andrew Beath. 2013. Afghanistan in Transition: Looking beyond 2014. Directions in Development. Washington, DC: World Bank. MAMS-related part of the report. analysis, carried out by Susanna Gable and Hans Lofgren, is presented on pp. 5-8, 55-59, and 149-168.

World Bank. 2012. Afghanistan in Transition: Looking Beyond 2014. Volume 1: Overview and Volume 2: Main Report. The MAMS-based part of the analysis, carried out by Susanna Gable and Hans Lofgren as part of a team lead by Claudia Nassif the World Bank’s South Asia Economic Policy and Poverty unit (SASEP). The analysis, which uses the core (non-MDG) version of MAMS, addresses the consequences of alternative scenarios for agricultural growth, foreign aid, mining, and security; it is presented on pp. viii-x in Volume 1 and pp. 112-131 in Volume 2. The team that carried out this work received the 2012 Team Award of the South Asia Region Vice Presidential Unit of the World Bank in recognition of outstanding team achievement.


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