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  1. Library Resource
    Junio, 2016

    The Philippine Economic Update (PEU)
    provides an update on key economic and social developments,
    as well as policies over the past six months. It also
    presents findings from recent World Bank studies on the
    Philippines. It places them in a longer term and global
    context, and assesses the implications of these developments
    and policies on the outlook for the Philippines. Its
    coverage ranges from the macro-economy and financial markets

  2. Library Resource
    Junio, 2016
    América Latina y el Caribe

    Over the last decade, the countries of
    the Latin America and the Caribbean region experienced a
    deep economic and social transformation which lifted
    millions out of poverty and swelled the ranks of the middle
    class. Strong economic growth driven by both domestic
    reforms and a favorable global economic environment, was
    responsible for this progress. Complementary social
    programs, made possible by growing fiscal space, helped

  3. Library Resource
    Junio, 2016
    Malawi

    The Malawi Urbanization Review aims to
    provide fresh perspectives on urbanization in Malawi, by
    analyzing the current and potential contribution of
    urbanization to long-term national development and the
    current institutional and financial capacity of local
    governments to manage the process. Analyses presented in
    this report are particularly timely as Malawi is planning
    for the coming half decade through the Malawi Growth and

  4. Library Resource
    Junio, 2016
    Panamá

    Infrastructure services are significant
    determinants of economic development, social welfare, trade,
    and public health. As such, they typically feature strongly
    in national development plans. While governments may receive
    many infrastructure project proposals, however, resources
    are often insufficient to finance the full set of proposals
    in the short term. Leading up to 2020, an estimated US$836
    billion - 1 trillion will be required each year to meet

  5. Library Resource
    Junio, 2016
    Bangladesh

    The objective of this report is to
    update the Government of Bangladesh, think tanks and
    researchers, the general public as well as the Bank’s senior
    management on the state of the economy, outlook, risks,
    progress on structural policy reforms, and key challenges
    the economy is currently facing. The coverage includes
    developments in the real sector focusing on growth,
    inflation, and poverty; external sector developments

  6. Library Resource
    Junio, 2016
    Kenya

    Shifting Kenya’s private sector into
    higher gear: a trade and competitiveness agenda’ was born
    out of the World Bank’s Trade and Competitiveness (T&C)
    Global Practice recent stock taking of its work in Kenya.
    This was part of a Programmatic Approach that aimed to
    organize T&C’s knowledge, advisory, and convening
    services to address Kenya’s development challenges in the
    private sector space. By Sub-Saharan African standards,

  7. Library Resource
    Mayo, 2016

    Since 2013 The World Bank Group has
    partnered with the Global Facility for Disaster Reduction
    and Recovery and the U.K. Department for International
    Development to address some of these gaps in evidence and
    methodologies. The Disaster Risk Finance Impact Analytics
    Project has made significant contributions to the
    understanding of how to monitor and evaluate existing or
    potential investments in disaster risk finance from a

  8. Library Resource
    Mayo, 2016

    Access to adequate housing is critically
    important to the health and wellbeing of the world’s
    population. Yet, despite the fact that this statement is
    part of the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human
    Rights and has been on the global policy agenda for many
    years, hundreds of millions of people continue to live in
    inadequate conditions with little or no access to decent
    housing. The demand for housing solutions will increase as

  9. Library Resource
    Junio, 2016
    Marruecos

    Participatory community development
    programs are designed to match government investments with
    local needs. In Morocco, where issues of inequality and
    poverty are high on the national agenda, a community
    development program, the National Initiative for Human
    Development, targeted high-poverty areas for additional
    investments. This paper examines whether, in addition to
    reducing poverty, such programs can also promote human

  10. Library Resource
    Junio, 2016

    Governments must decide how to allocate
    limited resources for infrastructure development,
    particularly since financing gaps have been projected for
    the coming decades. Social cost-benefit analysis provides
    sound project appraisal and, when systematically applied, a
    basis for prioritization. In some instances, however,
    capacity and resource limitations make extensive economic
    analyses across all projects unfeasible in the immediate

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