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Jean-Jacques Dethier

Research Manager

JEAN-JACQUES DETHIER is Research Manager in DEC, the Development Economics Vice-Presidency. He is also an Adjunct Professor at the Public Policy Institute at Georgetown University, Washington DC and a Senior Fellow at the Center for Development Research, at the University of Bonn, Germany. He holds a Ph.D. in Economics from the University of California, Berkeley and a law degree from the University of Liege, Belgium, and completed the requirements for the Ph.D.(Dr.rer.pol) in Political Science at the Free University in Berlin, Germany. His recent published work includes Growth and Empowerment (2005) with N. Stern and H. Rogers; Governance, Decentralization and Reform in China, India and Russia (2000); and Public Finance Reform during the Transition (1998) with L. Bokros.

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World Bank working papers and publications

1 .Coping with urban fiscal stress around the world
2 .Regulation, renegotiation and capital structure : theory and evidence from Latin American transport concessions
3 .The World Bank and governance : the Bank's efforts to help developing countries build state capacity
4 .The great recession and the future of cities
5 .Annual World Bank conference on development economics global 2010 : lessons from East Asia and the Global financial crisis
6 .Agriculture and development : a brief review of the literature
7 .Development Economics and the International Development Association
8 .Firms operating under infrastructure and credit constraints in developing countries : the case of power generators
9 .Fiscal competition in developing countries : a survey of the theoretical and empirical literature
10 .Universal minimum old age pensions : impact on poverty and fiscal cost in 18 Latin American countries
11 .World Bank policy research : a historical overview
12 .Explaining enterprise performance in developing countries with business climate survey data
13 .Institutional arrangements for public debt management
14 .Does democracy facilitate the economic transition : an empirical study of Central and Eastern Europe and the Former Soviet Union
15 .Taxing capital income in Hungary and the European Union

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