Development Finance - Routledge Textbooks in Development Economics by Stephen Spratt
This book examines financing for development, or more specifically how financial systems can help or hinder human development. As an expert in this field, Steven Sprat reviews the components of…
Development Finance synopsis
This book examines financing for development, or more specifically how financial systems can help or hinder human development. As an expert in this field, Steven Sprat reviews the components of domestic and international financial systems and considers reform options objectively against the central goal of human development. The result is a combination of the most innovative and orthodox approaches, which provide a comprehensive basis in the theory and practices of financing for development in the twenty-first century. Topics covered include the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs).
Financial crises and international capital flows. The role of the private sector.
Microfinance. With a focus on the roles of the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund and with a series of case studies and examples of the real world from Asia, Africa and Latin America as well as the "transitional" economies of Eastern Europe, the author examines the participation of developing countries with the international financial system and its impact on the human development process, Negative..
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