Global Public Goods Financing

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United Nations Publications, 2002 - Political Science - 136 pages
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The concept of global public goods (GPG) is an important new approach that addresses the challenges raised by globalisation and attempts to move towards international equity and sustainability. This publication contains a number of papers presented at an international seminar on GPG financing, held at the UN headquarters in New York, in January 2002, and co-hosted by the Government of France and the UNDP.
 

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Instruments and Mechanisms for Financing Global
25
A Purchase Commitment for Vaccines
37
Sharing Commercial Benefits to Support Global
56
Allocating Special Drawing Rights to Increase
73
Financing Global Financial Stability and Market Efficiency
86
Synergies Between Aid and the Financing of Global
102
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Page iv - Article 12.4 of the International Treaty on Plant Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture, adopted by the FAO Conference, in Rome, in 2001.

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United Nations Development Program is the largest agency of the UN, working in every member country around the world.

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