Improving state enterprise performance: the role of internal and external incentives, Volumes 23-306
Living Standards Measurement Study Paper No. 120. Provides an overview of the World Bank's Living Standard Measurement Studies (LSMS) surveys and outlines how readers may find more information on specific surveys. A first reference for those interested in using LSMS data in their research.
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Key Lessons of Experience
THE WORLDWIDE EVOLUTION OF THE SOE
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