Washington, D. C., Brookings Institute Press: 2006
Edition: First Edition
Seller ID: 002982
Condition: New in New dust jacket
Much of what we call the developing world has stopped developing, while growth in other regions has slowed. As a result, billions of people remain trapped in poverty, despite decades of foreign aid and lending by multilateral institutions such as the World Bank. In the past, economists prescribed liberalization and privatization to governments seeking to improve their economic performance. But dissatisfaction with these remedies in many countries left policymakers searching for new methods to jumpstart growth. In this book Kenneth Dam explores the newly ascendant view that institutions - in pa... View More...