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Report on the World Bank research program (Inglês)

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  • Data do documento

    1988/02/29

  • TIpo de documento

    Relatório sobre o Programa de Pesquisas do Banco Mundial

  • No. do relatório

    7125

  • Nº do volume

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • País

    Mundo,

  • Região

    Regiões Mundiais,

  • Disclosure Status

    Eligible for Disclosure

  • Nome do documento

    Report on the World Bank research program

  • Palavras-chave

    financial status;effects of transport policy;domestic real interest rate;economic and sector work;ceilings on interest rates;theory of political economy;Population and Human Resources;cuts in government spending;process of development;highly indebted country;exchange rate policy;Exchange rate policies;women in development;structural adjustment lending;amount of fund;research program;per capita expenditure;demand for research;financial sector development;structural adjustment loan;sectoral adjustment loan;situation of women;commercial bank lending;service and infrastructure;international research community;success and failure;public sector guarantee;investment in research;international economic environment;employment of woman;impact of policy;cost of labor;agricultural pricing policy;price for food;real exchange rate;public policy goal;impact of adjustment;international trade policy;foreign capital inflow;reverse environmental degradation;trade policy reform;exchange rate movement;integration of policies;collateral for loan;repair and maintenance;land as collateral;structural adjustment program;structural adjustment policies;infrastructure and services;access to communication;operational staff;comparative study;fund research;farm productivity;personal travel;institutional credit;research proposal;international issues;adjustment policy;debt problem;future bank;research management;institutional lender;research effort;land right;take stock;macroeconomic issue;land title;synthesis volume;development policy;liberalization policy;political pressure;debt restructuring;world economy;ongoing research;future research;research agenda;research spending;quantitative restriction;social research;interest group;research capacity;research activity;research activities;research priority;foreign borrowing;poverty alleviation;Learning and Innovation Credit;raise revenues;productivity gap;commodity price;Labor Market;research institutions;comparative advantage;food product;long-term growth;standard economic;volume charge;sale contract;hybrid loan;high tariff;important component;liberalization process;aggregate unemployment;modern sector;water heating;debt indicators;price change;loan negotiation;fuel facility;gas companies;political sensitivity;productive activity;meter rental;legal owner;international expert;fiscal deficit;land use;leakage rate;international standard;tax change;credit market;loan collateral;travel expenditure;industrial conversion;insecure tenure;agricultural performance;advanced training;socially beneficial;Land Ownership;industry standard;institutional loan;subsequent research;perceived risk;leak-detection equipment;income class;underground facilities;Economic Management;quantitative research;fiscal consequence;domestic distortions;temporary shock;financial market;credit rationing;population trend;corrosion control;commercial market;potential conflicts;primary commodity;tree production;financial distress;public building;welfare effect;import substitute;policy package;geographic focus;information flow;blend operation;global strategies;concessional flow;aid effectiveness;subject area;commission proposal;external expert;good performance;evaluation system;poor household;property right;technical standard;methodological skill;policy researchers;donor assistance;important policy;job security;appraisal method;research investment;solving problem;long-term research;research focus;research output;work leave;comparative disadvantage;organizational structure;domestic saving;technical expertise;research budget;central administration;research policy;pilot program;Research Support;partner institution;government intervention;agricultural producer;domestic production;classroom training;price producers;political consideration;policy work;Macroeconomic Policy;nontariff barrier;general equilibrium;political process;wage indexation;national saving;macroeconomic shock;policy reversal;footwear industry;privatization measures;private investment

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