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2004 Chapters in Books

 Chapters in books (as opposed to entire volumes) published by World Bank Development Research Group staff.

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2004 Chapters in Books

Author (s)

Chapter

Book

Asli Demirguc-Kunt, Edward J. Kane                             Deposit Insurance: Handle with Care.                                                 In Luis Antonio Ahumada & Rodrigo Fuentes, eds.,Banking Market Structure and Monetary Policy, Central Bank of Chile                 
David Tarr, Glenn Harrison, Thomas RutherfordSummary of Rules of Thumb for Evaluating Preferential Trading Arrangements: Evidence from Computable General Equilibrium Assessments.                          In ...... eds.,Empirical Trade Analysis: Strengthening Analytic Capabilities to Support Trade Negotiations.
David Tarr, Glenn Harrison, Thomas Rutherford, Angelo Gurgel      Regional, Multilateral and Unilateral Trade Policies of MERCOSUR for Growth and Poverty Reduction in Brazil.In , eds.,Brazil: Trade Policies to Improve Efficiency, Increase Growth and Reduce Poverty, World Bank
Dominique Van De WalleThe Static and Dynamic Incidence of Vietnam’s Public Safety Net.In Paul Glewwe, Nisha Agrawal, and David Dollar, eds.,Economic Growth, Poverty, and Household Welfare: Policy Lessons from Vietnam, World Bank
Donald F. LarsonIntersector migration in Southeast Asia -- evidence from Indonesia, the Philippines and Thailand.In Donald F. Larson, Takamasa Akiyama, eds.,Rural Development and Agricultural Growth in Indonesia, the Philippines and Thailand, Asia Pacific Press
Gabriel DemombynesProducing an Improved Geographic Profile of Poverty: Methodology and Evidence from Three Developing Countries.In Anthony Shorrocks and Rolph van der Hoeven, eds.,Growth, Inequality, and Poverty - Prospects for Pro-poor Economic Development, Oxford Univ Press
Jerry SkeesCan Financial Markets be Tapped to Help Poor People Cope with Weather Risks.In Stefan Dercon, eds.,Insurance Against Poverty, Oxford Univ Press
Leora KlapperRelationship Lending in the Argentine Small Business Credit Market.In Margaret J. Miller, eds.,Credit Reporting Systems and the International Economy, MIT Press
Maria Soledad Martinez PeriaMarket Discipline in Emerging Economies: Beyond Bank Fundamentals. In William C. Hunter, George G. Kaufman, Claudio Borio, and Kostas Tsatsaronis, eds.,Market Discipline across Countries and Industries, MIT Press
Martin RavallionHousehold Income Dynamics in Rural China.In Stefan Dercon, eds.,Insurance Against Poverty, Oxford University Press
Monica Das GuptaState Policies, Culture and Women’s Agency in China, the Republic of Korea and India 1950-2000: lessons from contrasting experiences.In Vijayendra Rao and Michael Walton, eds, Culture and Development., Stanford University Press
Patrick HonohanTaxation of Financial Intermediation. In Luis Antonio Ahumada and Rodrigo Fuentes, eds.,Banking Market Structure and Monetary Policy, Central Bank of Chile
Patrick HonohanFinancial Development, Growth, and Poverty: How Close Are the Links?.In Charles Goodhart, eds.,Financial Development and Economic Growth: Explaining the Links, Palgrave
Patrick HonohanCan the Unsophisticated Market Provide Discipline?.In William C. Hunter, George G. Kaufman, Claudio Borio, and Kostas Tsatsaronis, eds.,Market Discipline across Countries and Industries, MIT Press                                         
Peter F. LanjouwRural Non-Farm Economy: The Latin American Experience.In Rohini Nayyar, Alak Sharma, eds.,Rural Transformation in India, Institute for Human Development
Quy-Toan DoAsymmetric Information.In Adam Kuper and Jessica Kuper, eds.,The Social Science Encyclopedia, Routledge
Ritva S. Reinikka, Jakob SvenssonEfficiency of Public Spending: New Microeconomic Tools to Assess Service Delivery.In Tony Addison and Alan Roe, eds.,Fiscal Policy for Development: Poverty, Reconstruction and Growth, Palgrave Macmillan
Ritva S. Reinikka, Jakob SvenssonEfficiency of Public Spending: New Microeconomic Tools to Assess Service Delivery.In Tony Addison and Alan Roe, eds.,Fiscal Policy for Development: Poverty, Reconstruction and Growth, Palgrave Macmillan
Ritva S. Reinikka, Jakob SvenssonThe power of Information: evidence from public expenditure tracking surveys. In Transparency International, eds.,Global Corruption Report 2004: Transparency International, London: Pluto Press
Robert J. CullAchieving Privatization: Empirical Studies.In G. Caprio, J. Fiechter, R. Litan, M. Pomerleano, eds.,The Future of State-Owned Financial Institutions, Brookings Inst                                           
Shantayanan DevarajanMaking Services Work for Poor People.In Gudrun Kochendoerfer-Lucius, Boris Pleskovic, eds.,Service Provision for the Poor: Public and Private Sector Cooperation, Washington DC: World Bank
Shaohua ChenHousehold Welfare Impacts of China’s Accession to the World Trade Organization.In Kathie Krumm and Homi Kharas, eds.,East Asia Integrates, Oxford Univ Press
Thorsten BeckLegal Institutions and Financial Development.In Claude Menard, Mary Shirley, eds.,Handbook of New Insititutional Economics, Kluwer Academic Publ
Thorsten BeckThe Incentive-Compatible Design of Deposit Insurance and Bank Failure Resolution: Concepts and Country Studies.In D.G. Mayes and A. Luiksila, eds.,Who Pays for Bank Insolvency?, Palgrave-McMillan
Vijayendra RaoConclusion: Implications of a Cultural Lens for Public Policy.In Vijayendra Rao, Michael Walton, eds.,Culture and Public Action, Standford University Press
Vijayendra RaoCulture and Public Action: Relationality, Equality of Agency and Development (An Introduction).In Vijayendra Rao, Michael Walton, eds.,Culture and Public Action, Stanford University Press
Vijayendra RaoIntroduction and Overview; Culture and Public Action.In Vijayendra Rao, Michael Walton, eds.,Culture and Public Action, Stanford University Press




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