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Public-private partnerships are increasingly advocated to alleviate deficiencies in the public health system as well as to reduce economic stress on those who seek services from an expensive, burgeoning and unregulated private health sector. Focusing on India, this book examines how the private….
The current growth path in sub-Saharan Africa is not following the Lewis model where labour moves from low-productivity agriculture to higher productivity manufacturing. Instead, it is moving directly to inappropriate import and labour-saving methods.
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This book offers a uniquely comprehensive overview of the theory and practice involved in designing policies on the international aspects of fiscal…. Using a framework based on societal networking and the economic localization of disasters, the author shows that societal functionality defined as the capacity of a system to survive, reproduce and develop is unlikely to be impaired by natural disasters. This book will be of interest to scholars and practitioners involved in disaster analysis and response policy, and will also be relevant to students of development economics.
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