Development under adversity: the Palestinian economy in transition

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رقم التسجيلة 6719
نوع المادة book
ردمك 0-8213-4418-8
رقم الطلب 338.95694 D489
العنوان Development under adversity: the Palestinian economy in transition
بيانات النشر Washington, D.C, [UNITED STATES]: International Bank for Reconstruction and Development, 1999.
الوصف المادي xvi, 240p
الملاحظات الببليوجرافية

Includes bibliographical references and index

المحتويات / النص

V. List of figure, tables and boxes -- IX. Forward by Nabeel Kassis, director, Palestine Economic Policy Research Institute (MAS) -- XI. Forward by Joseph Stiglitz, senior vice president and chief economist, The World Bank -- XIII. Acknowledgments -- XIV. Definitions and terms -- Chapter 1. Introduction and background / by Ishac Diwan and Radwan A. Shaban -- Part I. Recent developments: New constraints and frustrated developments -- Chapter 2. Worsening economic outcomes since 1994 despite elements of improvement / by Radawn A. Shaban -- Chapter 3. Recent political developments / by Rex Brynen -- Chapter 4. The harsh reality of closure / by Radwan A. Shaban -- Part II. Policies for growth and job creation under adverse conditions -- Chapter 5. Private investment / by Osama Hamed -- Chapter 6. International Economic Relations: Access, trad regime, and development strategy / by Ishac Diwan -- Chapter 7. Financial intermediation / by Osama Hamed -- Chapter 8. Fiscal management / by Ali Khadr -- Chapter 9. Shocks and stabilization / by Osama Hamed -- Chapter 10. Donor assistance / by Ali Khadr -- Part III. Building the enabling environment for long-term growth -- Chapter 11. Improving the education system / by Sue Berryman -- Chapter 12. Managing the growth of the health sector / by Mustafa Barghouthi, Jean Lennock, and Radwan A. Shaban -- Chapter 13. Infrastructure for growth

المواضيع Economic development

الواصفات ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
ECONOMIC POLICY
ECONOMIC CONDITIONS
PALESTINE
WORLD BANK

شخص Diwan, Ishac [Editor] [Editor]
Shaban, Radwan Ali [Editor] [Editor]

اسم الهيئة Palestine Economic Policy Research Institute