Financing Development: The G8 and UN Contribution

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Michele Fratianni, John J. Kirton, Paolo Savona
Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 2007 - Political Science - 321 pages
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This volume assesses the current practice and perspectives of the major developed world regions represented in the G8. It looks at the prospects for meeting the Millennium Development Goals in the most impoverished region of Africa and the way trade and finance instruments can help.
 

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Contents

Introduction Arguments and Conclusions
3
African Finance and Lack of Development
10
Has the G8 Summit Met Its Objectives? The Answers from Gleneagles
25
Gleneagles G8 Summit Perspectives
43
Appendix 41 The Concert Equality Model of G8 Summit Performance
73
Making Poverty History or Confronting
79
Matured Partnership
99
How Much a Partnership?
121
Appendix 101 Technical Derivation of the Missing Capital
180
What Does International Aid Mean to the
185
A Development Perspective
201
Asymmetry in the PostDoha Trading System
219
Table 131 Number of World Trade Organization Delegates
222
A U S Perspective
235
The American Contribution
253
Annex Documents Issued by the G8 at Gleneagles on 8 July 2005
280

Political Aspects
143
von Furstenberg
155
Table 101 The Projected WorstCase Scenario and Actual
158
Table 102 Monetary and Financial Components of the Fraser Institutes
167
Bibliography
281
Index
303
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Michele Fratianni is based at Indiana University, Bloomington, USA. John J. Kirton is based at the University of Toronto, Canada and Paolo Savona is based at the Gugliemo Marconi University , Italy.

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