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State and Peace Building Fund Annual Report 2012 (English)

The overarching goal of the State- and Peace-building Fund (SPF) is to address the needs of state and local governance by supporting measures to improve governance, institutional performance, reconstruction, and development in countries emerging from, in, or at risk of sliding into crisis or arrears. ... See More +

Annual Report 93950 SEP 30, 2012

Hellman,Joel Disclosed

Aceh and Nias one year after the tsunami: the recovery effort and way forward (English)

Emergency relief is still needed, but the burden of effort is now focused on reconstruction, and progress is being made on multiple fronts. In Aceh and Nias, great areas of urban landscape remain nothing but rubble; about 67,500 people are still living in tents, many of which are going moldy. ... See More +

Development Policy Review (DPR) 35507 DEC 14, 2005

Mangkusubroto, Kuntoro; Said, Sudirman; Steer, Andrew; Hellman, Joel Bahasa (Indonesian) Disclosed

Aceh and Nias one year after the tsunami: the recovery effort and way forward : Aceh dan Nias setahun setelah tsunami : upaya pemulihan dan langkah ke depan (Bahasa (Indonesian))

Emergency relief is still needed, but the burden of effort is now focused on reconstruction, and progress is being made on multiple fronts. In Aceh and Nias, great areas of urban landscape remain nothing but rubble; about 67,500 people are still living in tents, many of which are going moldy. ... See More +

Development Policy Review (DPR) 35507 DEC 01, 2005

Mangkusubroto, Kuntoro; Said, Sudirman; Steer, Andrew; Hellman, Joel English Disclosed

Aceh and Nias one year after the tsunami: the recovery effort and way forward (Vol. 2) : Executive summary (English)

Emergency relief is still needed, but the burden of effort is now focused on reconstruction, and progress is being made on multiple fronts. In Aceh and Nias, great areas of urban landscape remain nothing but rubble; about 67,500 people are still living in tents, many of which are going moldy. ... See More +

Development Policy Review (DPR) 35507 DEC 01, 2005

Mangkusubroto, Kuntoro; Said, Sudirman; Steer, Andrew; Hellman, Joel Disclosed

Consultative Group on Indonesia mid-year review meeting, Jakarta, June 2, 2004 : economic and social update (English)

Continued macroeconomic stability and a stronger international economy are supporting renewed growth in Indonesia, and are contributing to a reduction in poverty. ... See More +

Working Paper 34228 JUN 01, 2004

Ishihara, Yoichiro; Adriani, Magda; Alatas, Vivi; Arulpragasam, Jehan; Cusack, Agnes; Fengler, Wolfgang; Hellman, Joel; Hofman, Bert; Roesad, Kurnya; Srinivas, P. S. Disclosed

Transition 14/15 (10/1) (English)

Infrastructure is once again part of the World Bank's mainstream business - interview with World Bank Executive Director Carole Brookins. World Bank study reveals tainted links between the state and businesses in transition economies; by Cheryl Gray, Randi Ryterman, and Joel Hellman. ... See More +

Newsletter 29714 APR 01, 2004

Gray, Cheryl; Ryterman, Randi; Hellman, Joel; Pleskovic, Boris; McIntyre, Robert J.; Zamulin, Oleg; Haaparanta, Pertti; Juurikkala, Tuuli; Lazareva, Olga; Pirttila, Jukka; Solanko, Laura; Zhuravskaya, Ekaterina; Reti, Tamas; Mateju, Petr; Mosina, Olga Disclosed

Anticorruption in transition : Corruption in enterprise-state interactions in Europe and Central Asia 1999-2002 (English)

Controlling corruption is an essential part of good governance, and poverty reduction, and it poses an enormous challenge for governments around the world. ... See More +

Publication 28401 JAN 01, 2004

Gray,Cheryl W.; Hellman,Joel; Ryterman,Randi Susan Russian Disclosed

Anticorruption in transition : Corruption in enterprise-state interactions in Europe and Central Asia 1999-2002 (Russian)

Controlling corruption is an essential part of good governance, and poverty reduction, and it poses an enormous challenge for governments around the world. ... See More +

Publication 28401 JAN 01, 2004

Gray,Cheryl W.; Hellman,Joel; Ryterman,Randi Susan English Disclosed

Anticorruption in transition : a contribution to the policy debate (Russian)

In the countries of Central and Eastern Europe, the Baltics, and the Commonwealth of Independent States, the simultaneous process of developing a market economy, designing new political and social institutions, and redistributing social assets have created fertile ground for corruption. ... See More +

Publication 20925 JAN 01, 2004

Anderson,James; Hellman,Joel; Jones,Geraint Paul; Moore,Bill; Muller,Helga W.; Pradhan,Sanjay; Ryterman,Randi Susan; Sutch,M. Helen English Disclosed

"Seize the state, seize the day" : state capture, corruption, and influence in transition (English)

The main challenge of the transition has been to redefine how the state interacts with firms, but little attention has been paid to the flip side of the relationship : how firms influence the state - especially how they exert influence on, and collude with public officials to extract advantages. ... See More +

Policy Research Working Paper WPS2444 SEP 30, 2000

Hellman, Joel S.; Jones, Geraint; Kaufmann, daniel

Anticorruption in transition : a contribution to the policy debate (English)

In the countries of Central and Eastern Europe, the Baltics, and the Commonwealth of Independent States, the simultaneous process of developing a market economy, designing new political and social institutions, and redistributing social assets have created fertile ground for corruption. ... See More +

Publication 20925 SEP 30, 2000

Anderson,James; Hellman,Joel; Jones,Geraint Paul; Moore,Bill; Muller,Helga W.; Pradhan,Sanjay; Ryterman,Randi Susan; Sutch,M. Helen Russian Disclosed

Transition 11 (3-4) (English)

World Bank's new approach helps business in transition economies; by Lars Jeurling. Are foreign investors and multinationals engaging in corrupt practices in transition economies? ... See More +

Newsletter 20807 JUL 31, 2000

Hischler, Richar [editor]; Jeurling, Lars; Hellman, Joel; Jones, Geraint; Kaufmann, Daniel; Caves, Richard E.; Dowell, Glen; Hart, Stuart; Yeung, Bernard; Alcacer, Juan; Shen, Xiaofang; Giszpenc,Noemi; Squire, Lyn; Shleifer, Andrei; Treisman, Daniel; Bruszt, Laszlo; Csaba, Laszlo; Sutela, Pekka; Berglof, Erik; Friebel, Guido; Guriev, Sergei; Yudaeva, K.; Kozlov, K.; Melentieva, N.; Ponomareva, N.; Easterly, William; Olson, Mancur

Transition 11 (2) (English)

Prospects and challenges for Russia : Davidson Institute surveys 100 leading transition economists; by Jan Svejnar. Ten years of transition : lessons drawn. ... See More +

Newsletter 20508 APR 30, 2000

Hirschler, Richard [editor]; Svejnar, Jan; Kornai, Janos; Collier, Paul; Hellman, Joel S.; Jones, Geraint; Kaufmann, Daniel; Chi Fulin; Dollar, David; Kraay, Aart; Ziacik, Terri; Grava, LarsN.; Putnina, Sanda; Sarajevs, Vadims; Snelbecker, David; Dekhtiarchuck, Marta; Lanen, William N.; Benjamin, Dwayne; Brandt, Loren; Glewwe, Paul; Guo Li; Ellman, Michael; Sutela, Pekka; Burkart, Mike; Wallner, Klaus; Grosfeld, Irena; Senik-Leygonie, Claudia; Verdier,Thierry; Kolenikov, Stanislav; Paltseva, Elena

Measuring governance, corruption, and State capture - how firms and bureaucrats shape the business environment in transition economies (English)

As a symptom of fundamental institutional weaknesses, corruption needs to be viewed within a broader governance framework. It thrives where the state is unable to reign over its bureaucracy, to protect property and contractual rights, or to provide institutions that support the rule off law. ... See More +

Policy Research Working Paper WPS2312 APR 30, 2000

Hellman, Joel S.; Jones, Geraint; Kaufmann, Daniel; Schankerman, Mark

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State and Peace Building Fund Annual Report 2012 (English)
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SEP 30, 2012 93950 Annual Report
Aceh and Nias one year after the tsunami: the recovery effort and way forward (English)
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DEC 14, 2005 35507 Development Policy Review (DPR) Bahasa (Indonesian)
Aceh and Nias one year after the tsunami: the recovery effort and way forward : Aceh dan Nias setahun setelah tsunami : upaya pemulihan dan langkah ke depan (Bahasa (Indonesian))
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DEC 01, 2005 35507 Development Policy Review (DPR) English
Aceh and Nias one year after the tsunami: the recovery effort and way forward (Vol. 2) : Executive summary (English)
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DEC 01, 2005 35507 Development Policy Review (DPR)
Consultative Group on Indonesia mid-year review meeting, Jakarta, June 2, 2004 : economic and social update (English)
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JUN 01, 2004 34228 Working Paper
Transition 14/15 (10/1) (English)
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APR 01, 2004 29714 Newsletter
Anticorruption in transition : Corruption in enterprise-state interactions in Europe and Central Asia 1999-2002 (English)
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JAN 01, 2004 28401 Publication Russian
Anticorruption in transition : Corruption in enterprise-state interactions in Europe and Central Asia 1999-2002 (Russian)
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JAN 01, 2004 28401 Publication English
Anticorruption in transition : a contribution to the policy debate (Russian)
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JAN 01, 2004 20925 Publication English
"Seize the state, seize the day" : state capture, corruption, and influence in transition (English)
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SEP 30, 2000 WPS2444 Policy Research Working Paper
Anticorruption in transition : a contribution to the policy debate (English)
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SEP 30, 2000 20925 Publication Russian
Transition 11 (3-4) (English)
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JUL 31, 2000 20807 Newsletter
Transition 11 (2) (English)
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APR 30, 2000 20508 Newsletter
Measuring governance, corruption, and State capture - how firms and bureaucrats shape the business environment in transition economies (English)
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APR 30, 2000 WPS2312 Policy Research Working Paper