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close this bookModern Water Control in Irrigation: Concept, Issues and Applications (WB, 1994, 116 p.)
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The World Bank/FAO/UNIDO/industry Fertilizer Working Group, World and Regional Supply and Demand Balances for Nitrogen, Phosphate, and Potash, 1990/91-1996/97

No. 177

Adams, The World Bank's Treatment of Employment and Labor Market Issues

No. 178

Le Moigne, Barghouti, and Garbus, editors, Developing and Improving Irrigation and Drainage Systems: Selected Papers from World Bank Seminars

No. 179

Speirs and Olsen, Indigenous Integrated Farming Systems in the Sahel

No. 180

Barghouti, Garbus, and Umali, editors, Trends in Agricultural Diversification: Regional Perspectives

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Mining Unit, Industry and Energy Division, Strategy for African Mining

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Land Resources Unit, Asia Technical Department, Strategy for Forest Sector Development in Asia

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Najera, Liese, and Hammer, Malaria: New Patterns and Perspectives

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Crosson and Anderson, Resources and Global Food Prospects: Supply and Demand for Cereals to 2030

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Frederiksen, Drought Planning and Water Efficiency Implications in Water Resources Management

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Guislain, Divestiture of State Enterprises: An Overview of the Legal Framework

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De Geyndt, Zhao, and Liu, From Barefoot Doctor to Village Doctor in Rural China

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Silverman, Public Sector Decentralization: Economic Policy and Sector Investment Programs

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Frederick, Balancing Water Demands with Supplies: The Role of Management in a World of Increasing Scarcity

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Macklin, Agricultural Extension in India

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Frederiksen, Water Resources Institutions: Some Principles and Practices

No. 192

McMillan, Painter, and Scudder, Settlement and Development in the River Blindness Control Zone

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Braatz, Conserving Biological Diversity: A Strategy for Protected Areas in the Asia-Pacific Region

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Saint, Universities in Africa: Strategies for Stabilization and Revitalization

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Ochs and Bishay, Drainage Guidelines No. 196 Mabogunje, Perspective on Urban Land and Land Management Policies in Sub-Saharan Africa

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Zymelman, editor, Assessing Engineering Education in Sub-Saharan Africa

No. 198

Teerink and Nakashima, Water Allocation, Rights, and Pricing: Examples from Japan and the United States

No. 199

Hussi, Murphy, Lindberg, and Brenneman, The Development of Cooperatives and Other Rural Organizations: The Role of the World Bank

No. 200

McMillan, Nana, and Savadogo, Settlement and Development in the River Blindness Control Zone: Case Study Burkina Faso

No. 201

Van Tuijl, Improving Water Use in Agriculture: Experiences in the Middle East and North Africa

No. 202

Vergara, The Materials Revolution: What Does It Mean for Developing Asia?

No. 203

Cleaver, A Strategy to Develop Agriculture in Sub-Saharan Africa and a Focus for the World Bank

No. 204

Barghouti, Cromwell, and Pritchard, editors, Agricultural Technologies for Market-Led Development Opportunities in the 1990s

No. 205

Xie, Kuffner, and Le Moigne, Using Water Efficiently: Technological Options

No. 206

The World Bank/FAO/UNIDO/Industry Fertilizer Working Group, World and Regional Supply and Demand Balances for Nitrogen, Pkosphate, and Potash, 1991/92-1997/98

No. 207

Narayan, Participatory Evaluation: Tools for Managing Change in Water and Sanitation

No. 208

Bindlish and Evenson, Evaluation of the Performance of T&V Extension in Kenya

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Keith, Property Tax: A Practical Manual for Anglophone Africa

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Bradley and McNamara, editors, Living with Trees: Policies for Forestry Management in Zimbabwe

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Wiebers, Integrated Pest Management and Pesticide Regulation in Developing Asia

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Frederiksen, Berkoff, and Barber, Water Resources Management in Asia, Volume I: Main Report

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Srivastava and Jaffee, Best Practices for Moving Seed Technology: New Approaches to Doing Business

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Bonfiglioli, Agro-pastoralism in Chad as a Strategy for Survival: An Essay on the Relationship between Anthropology and Statistics

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Umali, Irrigation-lnduced Salinity: A Growing Problem for Development and the Environment

No. 216

Carr, Improving Cash Crops in Africa: Factors Influencing the Productivity of Cotton, Coffee, and Tea Grown by Smallholders

No. 217

Antholt, Getting Ready for the Twenty-First Century: Technical Change and Institutional Modernization in Agriculture

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Mohan, editor, Bibliography of Publications: Technical Department, Africa Region, July 1987 to December 1992

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Cercone, Alcohol-Related Problems as an Obstacle to the Development of Human Capital: Issues and Policy Options

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Ferguson, Kingsley, Bower, and Dice, Managing Urban Environmental Quality in Asia

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Srivastava, Tamboli, English, Lal, and Stewart, Conserving Soil Moisture and Fertility in the Warm Seasonally Dry Tropics

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Selvaratnam, Innovations in Higher Education: Singapore at the Competitive Edge

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Piotrow, Treiman, Rimon, Yun, and Lozare, Strategies for Family Planning Promotion

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Midgley, Urban Transport in Asia: An Operational Agenda for the 1990s

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Dia, A Governance Approach to Civil Service Reform in Sub-Saharan Africa

No. 226

Bindlish, Evenson, and Gbetibouo, Evaluation of T&V-Based Extension in Burkina Faso

No. 227

Cook, editor, Involuntary Resettlement in Africa: Selected Papers from a Conference on Environment and Settlement Issues in Africa

No. 228

Webster and Charap, The Emergence of Private Sector Manufacturing in St. Petersburg: A Survey of Firms

No. 229

Webster, The Emergence of Private Sector Manufacturing in Hungary: A Survey of Firms

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Webster and Swanson, The Emergence of Private Sector Manufacturing in the Former Czech and Slovak Federal Republic: A Survey of Firms

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Eisa, Barghouti, Gillham, and Al-Saffy, Cotton Production Prospects for the Decade to 2005: A Global Overview

No. 232

Creightney, Transport and Economic Performance: A Survey of Developing Countries

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Frederiksen, Berkoff, and Barber, Principles and Practices for Dealing with Water Resources Issues

No. 234

Archondo-Callao and Faiz, Estimating Vehicle Operating Costs

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Claessens, Risk Management in Developing Countries

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Bennett and Goldberg, Providing Enterprise Development and Financial Services to Women: A Decade of Bank Experience in Asia

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Webster, The Emergence of Private Sector Manufacturing in Poland: A Survey of Firms

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Heath, Land Rights in Cote d'lvoire: Survey and Prospects for Project Intervention

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Kirmani and Rangeley, International Inland Waters: Concepts for a More Active World Bank Role

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Ahmed, Renewable Energy Technologies: A Review of the Status and Costs of Selected Technologies

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Cernea and Adams, Development, Sociology, and Anthropology: An Annotated Bibliography of World Bank Publications and Documents in Sociology and Anthropology

No. 242

Barnes, Openshaw, Smith, and van der Plas, What Makes People Cook with Improved Biomass Stoves?: A Comparative International Review of Stove Programs

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Menke and Fazzari, Improving Electric Power Utility Efficiency: Issues and Recommendations

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Liebenthal, Mathur, and Wade, Solar Energy: Lessons from the Pacific Island Experience

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Klein, External Debt Management: An Introduction