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Development outreach 3 (1) : the quality of growth (English)

The quality of growth: key to less poverty and better lives for all; by Vinod Tomas, Mansoor Dailami, Ashok Dhareshwar, Daniel Kaufmann, Nalin Kishor, Ramon Lopez, and Yan Wang. ... See More +

Newsletter 23210 DEC 31, 2001

McNeil, Mary [editor]; Thomas, Vinod; Dailami, Mansoor; Dhareshwar, Ashok; Kaufmann, Daniel; Kishor, Nalin; Lopez, Ramon; Yan Wang; Bandyopadhyay, Sudeshna; Birdsall, Nancy; Agarwal, Anil; Litan, Robert E.; Naidoo, Kumi; Moreno Ocampo, Luis; Calvo, Sara Disclosed

Reducing vulnerability to speculative attacks (Chinese)

The note focuses on the speculative attack on domestic assets, which can occur irrespective of country's fiscal situation, suggesting political economy considerations may be the reason. ... See More +

Brief 21251 FEB 28, 1999

Calvo,Sara Guerschanik English, Spanish Disclosed

Reducing vulnerability to speculative attacks (English)

The note focuses on the speculative attack on domestic assets, which can occur irrespective of country's fiscal situation, suggesting political economy considerations may be the reason. ... See More +

Brief 21251 FEB 28, 1999

Calvo,Sara Guerschanik Chinese, Spanish Disclosed

Reducing vulnerability to speculative attacks : Como reducir la vulnerabilidad frente a los ataques especulativos? (Spanish)

The note focuses on the speculative attack on domestic assets, which can occur irrespective of country's fiscal situation, suggesting political economy considerations may be the reason. ... See More +

Brief 21251 FEB 01, 1999

Calvo,Sara Guerschanik English, Chinese Disclosed

Annual World Bank conference on development in Latin America and the Caribbean, 1997 : trade - towards open regionalism (English)

This third Annual Bank Conference on Development in Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) focuses on trade liberalization policy, specifically "open regionalism," a term coined to describe the fact that 1) regionalism has gone hand in hand with unilateral trade opening: statistics on tariff and non-tariff measures affecting imports show that protectionist policies have been dismantled in the major LAC countries during the last decade; 2) regionalism has gone hand in hand with a substantial liberalization of investment regimes: provisions, including national treatment provisions, in regional trading arrangements show that several LAC countries treat foreign direct investment on exactly the same footing as domestic investment; and 3) most LAC countries are willing to participate in building a hemispheric free-trade zone and have been active, pro-liberalization members of the World Trade Organization (WTO). ... See More +

Publication 18444 SEP 30, 1998

Burki, Shahid Javed; Perry, Guillermo E.; Calvo, Sara