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ISBN: 9264028102, 9789264028104
Author: Oecd Publishing
Source: www.oecdbookshop.org
Keywords: pensions, protecting, oecd, countries, examples, policy, private, series, analysis
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Pension fund members across OECD countries have seen the loss or reduction of pension benefits in recent years. This volume looks at various methods of protecting pension benefits. It provides in-depth information on the application of these methods in OECD countries and analyses their advantages and drawbacks. Methods of risk sharing amongst pension fund beneficiaries, providers and sponsors are ......
Authors: Elham Ghashghai, Rosalind Lewis
Source: www.rand.org
Keywords: countries, middle, east, developing, afghanistan, affecting, internet, issues
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Afghanistan and its neighbors to the west--the developing countries in the Middle East--face a common deficiency: They are missing out on much of the Information Revolution. Although pockets of high access to communications lines exist in these countries, for the most part they lag far behind developed countries in their access to and use of information and communication technologies (ICT). The au......
ISBN: 9264028838, 9789264028838
Author: Oecd Publishing
Source: www.oecdbookshop.org
Keywords: public, developing, countries, dialogue, private, opportunities, risks, centre, development, studies
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Putting aside the euphoria of supporters of public-private dialogue (PPD) and the doom prophecies of its detractors, this analysis identifies the advantages that it can bring, while cautioning against the very real dangers it can present to fragile states and relatively recent democracies. The type of state involved, the level of organisation within the national private sector and the kind of supp......
ISBN: 0821386360, 9780821386361
Author: Unknown
Source: publications.worldbank.org
Keywords: post, chain, quota, crisis, world, value, clothing, low, income, countries, global, making
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World Bank Studies English; Paperback; 196 pages; 7x10Published December 14, 2010 by World BankISBN: 978-0-8213-8636-1; SKU: 18636 The clothing sector has traditionally been a gateway to exportdiversification and industrial development for low-income countries(LICs) due to its low fix costs, relatively simple technology, andlabor-intensive nature. It has served to absorb large numbers ofunskille......
ISBN: 928081155X, 9789280811551
Author: Lynn Krieger Mytelka
Source: www.ebookdb.org
Keywords: developing, countries, issues, transport, choices, hydrogen, making
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Publisher: IDRCPublished Time: IDRCPages: 416This timely research discusses how developing countries can factor in competing arguments about the impending arrival of practical hydrogen fuel technology as they explore options for future policies. Since the mid-1990s, the emergence of a hydrogen economy and the speed of its arrival have been vigorously debated. The debate has mainly been among polic......
Author: J. Gallob
Source: www.rand.org
Keywords: evolution, underdeveloped, countries, harmonious, transport, role, air, reflections
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A discussion of the role of air transport in a developing economy. The author emphasizes the improtance of effective transportation in the economic development of a region and compares the advantages, limitations, and consequences of air transport with other forms of transportation. He concludes that air transport is an extremely valuable means of obtaining rapid and numerous benefits.......
ISBN: 0833052624, 9780833052629
Authors: Jennifer D. P. Moroney, Celeste Gventer, Stephanie Pezard, Laurence Smallman
Source: www.rand.org
Keywords: australia, france, united, kingdom, cases, countries, allies, security, cooperation, third, lessons
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Like the U.S. Air Force, many U.S. allies work with partner countries on security matters, sometimes even with the same partners, but on a smaller scale. But how, where, and why do these allies engage the same countries? Would working together in particular areas be worthwhile or viable and can specific lessons be learned from their experiences, for example, in the areas of planning, resourcing an......
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