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close this bookThe HIV Epidemic and Sustainable Human Development (UNDP, 1998, 13 p.)
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View the documentTHE HIV EPIDEMIC AND SUSTAINABLE HUMAN DEVELOPMENT1
close this folderA. WHAT IS SUSTAINABLE HUMAN DEVELOPMENT?
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View the documentWHAT CAN BE CONCLUDED FROM THE FOREGOING?
close this folderB. WHAT IS THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE HIV EPIDEMIC AND SHD?
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View the document1. POVERTY, INEQUALITY AND GENDER
View the document2. MEASURING THE IMPACT OF THE EPIDEMIC ON SHD - THE UNDP HUMAN DEVELOPMENT INDEX
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BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE

Desmond Cohen is an economist with university teaching experience in Africa, Canada, the UK and the USA. Formerly he was a Governor and Associate Fellow at the Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex in the United Kingdom and until 1990, he was Dean of the School of Social Sciences. He has both research and applied macro-economic policy experience in a number of African and Asian countries. Previously he was an adviser to the British Treasury on international financial policy. In 1997-98 he was Director of the HIV and Development Programme (UNDP), and currently he is Senior Adviser on HIV and Development.