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The World Bank economic review 15 (1), Volume 1
Author:Bourguignon, Francois [editor]; de Melo, Martha; Denizer, Cevdet; Gelb, Allan; Tanev, Stoyan; Alderman, Harold; Collier, Paul; Hoeffler, Anke; Pattillo, Catherine; Glewwe, Paul; King, Elizabeth M.; Ravallion, Martin; van de Walle, Dominique; Gunewardena, Dileni; Beck, Thorsten; Clarke, George; Groff, Alberto; Keefer, Philip; Walsh, Patrick; Country:World; Vietnam;
Date Stored:2006/02/03Document Date:2001/01/01
Document Type:PublicationSubTopics:Economic Theory & Research; Markets and Market Access; Banks & Banking Reform; Economic Conditions and Volatility; Insurance & Risk Mitigation
ISBN:ISBN 0-1985-0906-5Language:English
Region:The World Region; East Asia and PacificReport Number:35055
Source Citation:The World Bank economic review. -- Vol. 15, no. 1 (January 2001)Volume No:1

Summary: Circumstance and choice: the role of initial conditions and policies in transition economies; by Martha de Melo, Cevdet Denizer, Allan Gelb and Stoyan Tenev. Multi-tier targeting of social assistance: the role of intergovernmental transfers; by Harold Alderman. Flight capital as a portfolio choice; by Paul Collier, Anke Hoeffler and Catherine Pattillo. The impact of early childhood nutritional status on cognitive development: does the timing of malnutrition matter? By Paul Glewwe and Elizabeth M. King. The mystery of the vanishing benefits: an introduction to impact evaluation; by Martin Ravallion. Does ignoring heterogeneity in impacts distort project appraisals? An experiment for irrigation in Vietnam; by Dominique van de Walle and Dileni Gunewardena. New tools in comparative political economy: the database of political institutions; by Thorsten Beck, George Clarke, Alberto Groff, Philip Keefer and Patrick Walsh.

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