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Improving agricultural fiscal policy in Ukraine (English)

Agriculture's importance to the economy in Ukraine is both deep and diverse. Agriculture is one of the Ukrainian economy's key sectors, accounting for 11 percent of GDP and 22 percent of total employment. ... See More +

Working Paper (Numbered Series) 36970 JUL 18, 2006

Zorya, Sergiy Ukrainian Disclosed

Improving agricultural fiscal policy in Ukraine (Ukrainian)

Agriculture's importance to the economy in Ukraine is both deep and diverse. Agriculture is one of the Ukrainian economy's key sectors, accounting for 11 percent of GDP and 22 percent of total employment. ... See More +

Working Paper (Numbered Series) 36970 JUL 18, 2006

Zorya, Sergiy English Disclosed

Cotton in the global context : discussion paper for the governments of Central Asia (English)

This report was produced in an attempt to synthesize the common features of the most successful and competitive models in the cotton sector worldwide so those could be presented for consideration of the governments of cotton-growing countries which are concerned with their competitive position in a global cotton market. ... See More +

Working Paper (Numbered Series) 36961 JUN 26, 2006

Sadler, Marc Disclosed

Romania food and agriculture from a european perspective (Romanian)

Policymakers in Romania will need to make a series of important decisions in order to prepare the country for accession to the European Union and adoption of the EU Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) in 2007. ... See More +

Working Paper (Numbered Series) 35508 JUN 01, 2006

Csaki, Csaba; Kray, Holger English Disclosed

Market linkages in the Slovak agri-food sector (English)

Vertical coordination has become an important phenomenon in the Slovak agri-food chain. As in other countries in Central and Eastern Europe vertical coordination between farms and agribusiness companies has grown strongly in recent years. ... See More +

Working Paper (Numbered Series) 36995 JAN 01, 2006

Swinnen, Johan; Van Berkum, Siemen; Bozik, Marian Disclosed

Cotton taxation in Uzbekistan : opportunities for reform (Russian)

The Cotton Taxation in Uzbekistan study estimates in detail the major taxes and subsidies in the cotton sector over the period 2000-2004. The study estimates major explicit (or visible) and implicit (or hidden) taxes and subsidies. ... See More +

Working Paper (Numbered Series) 33867 AUG 26, 2005

Guadagni, Maurizio; Raiser, Martin; Crole-Rees, Anna; Khidirov, Dilshod English Disclosed

Cotton taxation in Uzbekistan : opportunities for reform (English)

The Cotton Taxation in Uzbekistan study estimates in detail the major taxes and subsidies in the cotton sector over the period 2000-2004. The study estimates major explicit (or visible) and implicit (or hidden) taxes and subsidies. ... See More +

Working Paper (Numbered Series) 33867 AUG 26, 2005

Guadagni, Maurizio; Raiser, Martin; Crole-Rees, Anna; Khidirov, Dilshod Russian Disclosed

The agrarian economies of Central-Eastern Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent States - an update on status and progress in 2004 (English)

The agrarian economies of Central and Eastern Europe (CEE), and the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) continue to undergo systemic change and transformation. ... See More +

Working Paper (Numbered Series) 33584 JUN 30, 2005

Csaki,Csaba; Kray,Holger A. Disclosed

Reform experience with the Tanzanian cotton sector : Experience en matiere de reforme dans le secteur coton de la Tanzanie (French)

Cotton, Tanzania's second largest crop after coffee, was introduced at the turn of the century by German settlers as a plantation crop but later efforts focused on smallholder production. ... See More +

Brief 33172 JUN 01, 2005

Baffes, John English Disclosed

Reform experience with the Tanzanian cotton sector (English)

Cotton, Tanzania's second largest crop after coffee, was introduced at the turn of the century by German settlers as a plantation crop but later efforts focused on smallholder production. ... See More +

Brief 33172 JUN 01, 2005

Baffes, John French Disclosed

Romania food and agriculture from a european perspective (English)

Policymakers in Romania will need to make a series of important decisions in order to prepare the country for accession to the European Union and adoption of the EU Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) in 2007. ... See More +

Working Paper (Numbered Series) 35508 JUN 01, 2005

Csaki, Csaba; Kray, Holger Romanian Disclosed

Innovations in fisheries management for Kazakhstan (Russian)

The fisheries sector has significant value in terms of income, growth, employment, agricultural exports, opportunities, and biodiversity. This value is not always reflected in official statistics. ... See More +

Working Paper 31383 MAY 01, 2005

Sutton, William; Diffey, Simon; Petr, Tomislav English Disclosed

Innovations in fisheries management for Kazakhstan (English)

The fisheries sector has significant value in terms of income, growth, employment, agricultural exports, opportunities, and biodiversity. This value is not always reflected in official statistics. ... See More +

Working Paper 31383 MAY 01, 2005

Sutton, William; Diffey, Simon; Petr, Tomislav Russian Disclosed

Kazakhstan : rangelands in transition - the resource, the users, and sustainable use (Russian)

Despite Kazakhstan being the sixth largest country worldwide in terms of the size of its grasslands, with an estimated 6 million people (40 of the population) dependent directly or indirectly on these resources for their livelihood, many live in poverty. ... See More +

Working Paper 31384 JAN 01, 2005

Alilmaev, Ilja I.; Schillhorn-Van Veen,Tjaart W.; Utkelov,Bulat English Disclosed

Kazakhstan : rangelands in transition - the resource, the users, and sustainable use (English)

Despite Kazakhstan being the sixth largest country worldwide in terms of the size of its grasslands, with an estimated 6 million people (40 of the population) dependent directly or indirectly on these resources for their livelihood, many live in poverty. ... See More +

Working Paper 31384 JAN 01, 2005

Alilmaev, Ilja I.; Schillhorn-Van Veen,Tjaart W.; Utkelov,Bulat Russian Disclosed

The agrarian economies of Central-Eastern Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent States : an update on status and progress in 2002 (English)

This paper provides a brief overview of agricultural economies in the Europe and Central Asia (ECA) region between 1999 and 2002. It updates the information presented in the World Bank Discussion Paper no. 387, ECSSD Working Paper no. 13, ECSSD Working Paper no. 24, ECSSD Working Paper no. 32, and ECSSD Working Paper no. 36 and identifies the current status of the agrarian economies of Eastern Europe and Central Asia today. ... See More +

Working Paper (Numbered Series) 37770 JUN 23, 2003

Csaki, Csaba; Zuschlag, Alan Disclosed

Case study 4 - Indonesia : participatory approaches in budgeting and public expenditure management (English)

Following a dramatic drop in per capita GNP from US$ 1200 in early 1997 to US$ 680 in 1998, the Indonesian government began implementing social safety net (SSN) programs targeting the adversely affected - those who became poor after the crisis and everyone already living in poverty. ... See More +

Brief 27464 MAR 01, 2003

Case study 1 - Bangalore, India : participatory approaches in budgeting and public expenditure management (English)

Inspired by a private sector practice of conducting client satisfaction surveys, a small group of people in Bangalore2, concerned about the city' deteriorating standards of public services3, initiated an exercise in 1993 to collect feedback from users. ... See More +

Brief 27461 MAR 01, 2003

Case study 4 - Poland : participation in macroeconomic policy making and reform (English)

In January 1999, Poland launched a new pension system that was the result of 5-6 years of broad outreach campaigns and complex negotiations within the government and between the government and key stakeholder groups. ... See More +

Brief 27556 MAR 01, 2003

Participation in public expenditure systems : Participation in public expenditdure systems (English)

The mainstream public economics literature makes the case that government intervention ought to be considered in two instances, i) when market failures occur because of externalities, public good properties, incomplete information, and lack of competition, or ii) when market activities worsen distribution of income. ... See More +

Brief 27460 MAR 01, 2003

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Improving agricultural fiscal policy in Ukraine (English)
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JUL 18, 2006 36970 Working Paper (Numbered Series) Ukrainian
Improving agricultural fiscal policy in Ukraine (Ukrainian)
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JUL 18, 2006 36970 Working Paper (Numbered Series) English
Cotton in the global context : discussion paper for the governments of Central Asia (English)
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JUN 26, 2006 36961 Working Paper (Numbered Series)
Romania food and agriculture from a european perspective (Romanian)
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JUN 01, 2006 35508 Working Paper (Numbered Series) English
Market linkages in the Slovak agri-food sector (English)
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JAN 01, 2006 36995 Working Paper (Numbered Series)
Cotton taxation in Uzbekistan : opportunities for reform (Russian)
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AUG 26, 2005 33867 Working Paper (Numbered Series) English
Cotton taxation in Uzbekistan : opportunities for reform (English)
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AUG 26, 2005 33867 Working Paper (Numbered Series) Russian
The agrarian economies of Central-Eastern Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent States - an update on status and progress in 2004 (English)
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JUN 30, 2005 33584 Working Paper (Numbered Series)
Reform experience with the Tanzanian cotton sector : Experience en matiere de reforme dans le secteur coton de la Tanzanie (French)
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JUN 01, 2005 33172 Brief English
Reform experience with the Tanzanian cotton sector (English)
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JUN 01, 2005 33172 Brief French
Romania food and agriculture from a european perspective (English)
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JUN 01, 2005 35508 Working Paper (Numbered Series) Romanian
Innovations in fisheries management for Kazakhstan (Russian)
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MAY 01, 2005 31383 Working Paper English
Innovations in fisheries management for Kazakhstan (English)
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MAY 01, 2005 31383 Working Paper Russian
Kazakhstan : rangelands in transition - the resource, the users, and sustainable use (Russian)
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JAN 01, 2005 31384 Working Paper English
Kazakhstan : rangelands in transition - the resource, the users, and sustainable use (English)
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JAN 01, 2005 31384 Working Paper Russian
The agrarian economies of Central-Eastern Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent States : an update on status and progress in 2002 (English)
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JUN 23, 2003 37770 Working Paper (Numbered Series)
Case study 4 - Indonesia : participatory approaches in budgeting and public expenditure management (English)
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MAR 01, 2003 27464 Brief
Case study 1 - Bangalore, India : participatory approaches in budgeting and public expenditure management (English)
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MAR 01, 2003 27461 Brief
Case study 4 - Poland : participation in macroeconomic policy making and reform (English)
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MAR 01, 2003 27556 Brief
Participation in public expenditure systems : Participation in public expenditdure systems (English)
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MAR 01, 2003 27460 Brief