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Deposit Insurance around the World: A Comprehensive Database
Policies and Institutions that Promote Saving: module 1 (National saving)

World Bank working papers and publications

1 .Valuing mortality and morbidity in the context of disaster risks
2 .Public transport subsidies and affordability in Mumbai, India
3 .The impact of policies to control motor vehicle emissions in Mumbai, India
4 .The value of mortality risk reductions in Delhi, India
5 .The welfare effects of slum improvement programs : the case of Mumbai
6 .Urban poverty and transport : the case of Mumbai
7 .Why have traffic fatalities declined in industrialized countries ? Implications for pedestrians and vehicle occupants
8 .The political economy of health services provision and access in Brazil
9 .Traffic fatalities and economic growth
10 .The impact of urban spatial structure on travel demand in the United States
11 .Improving air quality in metropolitan Mexico City : an economic valuation
12 .How the location of roads and protected areas affects deforestation in North Thailand
13 .The value of preventing malaria in Tembien, Ethiopia
14 .Valuing mortality reductions in India : a study of compensating wage differentials
15 .Sulfur dioxide control by electric utilities : what are the gains from trade?
16 .The implications of hyperbolic discounting for project evaluation
17 .The health effects of air pollution in Delhi, India
18 .Roads, population pressures, and deforestation in Thailand, 1976-89
19 .Public choices between lifesaving programs : how important are lives saved?
20 .The value of superfund cleanups : evidence from U.S. Environmental Protection Agency decisions
21 .When is a life too costly to save? : evidence from U.S. environmental regulations

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