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Tajikistan - Risk and resilience assessment (English)

In recognizing the changing nature and scope of fragility, conflict and violence (FCV), the World Bank (WB) is taking a new and differentiated approach to addressing the full spectrum of FCV situations. ... See More +

Working Paper 114818 APR 01, 2017

Wrobel,Robert; Srinivasan,Radhika; Quinn-Judge,Paul Malachy; Murtazashvili,Jennifer Catherine; rg; Komagaeva,Julia; Benner,Holly Welborn; 000318774:Victoria Bruce-Goga:vbruce@worldbank.o; Kurbanov,Sobir Disclosed

Responding to the challenge of fragility and security in West Africa : natural resources, extractive industry investment, and social conflict (English)

The inability to unlock natural resource wealth for the benefit of developing countries’ local populations, a phenomenon popularly known as the ‘resource curse’ or the ‘paradox of plenty’, has spawned extensive debate among researchers and policy makers in recent years. ... See More +

Working Paper 98902 JAN 01, 2015

Maconachie,Roy Alexander; Srinivasan,Radhika; Menzies,Nicholas Disclosed

Creating jobs in Africa's fragile states : are value chains an answer? (English)

What is the relationship between employment and conflict in fragile states? Although this question cannot be definitively answered, a large body of research suggests that in countries emerging from conflict, peace is likelier to endure if growth can be rapidly restored and translated into economic opportunities for large segments of the population. ... See More +

Publication 78681 JUN 12, 2013

Cuesta Leiva,Jose Antonio; Dudwick,Nora; Madani,Dorsati H.; Srinivasan,Radhika Disclosed

Ukraine - Gender review (English)

The evolution of gender relations in Ukraine is complex. During the Soviet period, Ukrainian men and women enjoyed equal access to education and employment, and women participated in government, enjoyed generous maternity leave and other child-related benefits, and rights to early retirement and pension. ... See More +

Working Paper 34975 FEB 01, 2002

Dudwick, Nora; Srinivasan, Radhika; Braithwaite, Jeanine Disclosed