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close this bookVisible Hands - Taking Responsibility for Social Development (United Nations Research Institute for Social Development , 2000, 194 p.)
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close this folderCHAPTER 1 - Globalization with a human mask
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close this folderFrom development to adjustment
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View the documentEquity sidelined
View the documentThe positive East Asian example
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close this folderGlobalization and economic growth
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View the documentGrowth and trade
View the documentGrowth and financial flows
View the documentLiberalization and jobs
View the documentUnfavourable trends in employment
View the documentPoverty and inequality
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close this folderNew views on growth and social development
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View the documentTargeting the poor
View the documentComprehensive development frameworks
View the documentSocial services and world trade
View the documentGlobalizing social standards
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close this folderCHAPTER 2 - Who pays? Financing social development
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close this folderDebt relief for the poorest countries
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View the documentThe HIPC initiative
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close this folderDebt relief for middle-income countries
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View the documentThe debt crisis
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close this folderFresh departures for debt
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View the documentNew institutions for dealing with debt
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View the documentConditionality
close this folderDevelopment assistance
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View the documentDonor fatigue
View the documentReorienting development assistance
View the documentThe 20/20 initiative
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close this folderTax reform
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View the documentThe eroding tax base
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close this folderPension reform
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View the documentOther issues in social protection
close this folderMobilizing resources at the grassroots
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View the documentMicro-finance
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close this folderCHAPTER 3 - Fragile democracies
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View the documentThe governing dilemma
close this folderIncomplete transitions
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View the documentLatin America - military impunity
View the documentOvercoming opposition in Africa
View the documentThe nomenklatura of Eastern Europe and Central Asia
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close this folderPresident or parliament?
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View the documentIndustrialized countries
View the documentDeveloping and transition countries
close this folderDemocracy as means or end?
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View the documentThe developmental state
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close this folderThe rise of the technocrats
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View the documentThe rise of the central bank
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View the documentTechnocracy and democracy
View the documentInterest groups and social pacts
close this folderEthnicity and democratization
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View the documentThe risk of secession
close this folderElectoral systems and ethnic diversity
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View the documentPluralistic parties and the alternative vote
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close this folderCHAPTER 4 - A new mission for the public sector
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View the documentPressures for reform
close this folderFiscal stability
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View the documentPublic expenditure targets
View the documentExpenditure cuts in the social sector
View the documentThe social effects of privatization
close this folderManagerial efficiency
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View the documentThe results of reform
View the documentPublic accountability
View the documentCapacity building
View the documentThe future of public sector reform
close this folderCHAPTER 5 - Calling corporations to account
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close this folderFrom confrontation to partnership
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View the documentCodes and verification
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close this folderPiecemeal progress
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View the documentInflated claims
close this folderAlternatives to confrontation
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View the documentVoluntary initiatives
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close this folderCHAPTER 6 - Civil societies
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close this folderCivil society and service delivery
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View the documentThe changing character of NGDOs
View the documentNGDOs and the international aid system
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close this folderPrecarious partnerships
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View the documentCSO-local government partnerships
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close this folderCivil society and international advocacy
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View the documentCSOs and the UN
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View the documentCSOs and the Inter-American Development Bank
View the documentCSOs and the international treaty bodies
View the documentThe future for international NGO mobilization
View the documentIntelligence, energy and rights
close this folderCHAPTER 7 - Getting development right for women
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close this folderWomen in democratization
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View the documentWorking within and against the state
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View the documentThe impact of women on government
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View the documentFulfilling women’s rights
View the documentReproductive health rights
close this folderWomen’s education rights
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View the documentWhy poor girls get less education
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close this folderWomen’s economic rights
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View the documentWork and empowerment
View the documentStrategies for achieving economic rights
View the documentA counter-alliance for women
close this folderCHAPTER 8 - Sustaining development
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close this folderSustainable cities
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View the documentLocal agenda 21
close this folderSustainable agriculture
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View the documentPolicies for sustainable agriculture
close this folderSustainable water supplies
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View the documentDamning the dams
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View the documentEnduring realities
View the documentContinuity or change?
View the documentBIBLIOGRAPHICAL NOTE
View the documentBACKGROUND PAPERS
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