Africa's Experience with Structural Adjustment: Proceedings of the Harare Seminar, May 23-24, 1994, Parts 63-288

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Kapil Kapoor
World Bank Publications, Jan 1, 1995 - Business & Economics - 142 pages
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The world has changed dramatically over the past fifty years, and so has the World Bank. This collection of essays describes the ways in which the Bank has addressed the changing needs and challenges of development during the past five decades. Each essay analyzes the Bank's approach to the major development challenges its borrowing member countries have faced, starting with the reconstruction and development needs of Europe and Japan in the 1940s and 1950s and ending with the transition to market economies in Central and Eastern Europe and the states of the former Soviet Union. One essay examines the evolution of the Bank's relations with the world's capital markets as the institution mobilizes private savings for development. An overview provides a picture of the fifty-year period as a whole
 

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