Reviews labor market outcomes in Sub-Saharan Africa and analyzes what is required to spur economic growth through increased efficiency of physical and human capital. World Development Report 1995: Workers in an Integrating World examines ways of improving labor outcomes in low- and middle-income economies. This regional perspective focuses on Sub-Saharan Africa in relation to the four areas in need of labor policy reform that were identified in the Report: development strategy, international integration, labor market interventions, and transformation to greater market orientation. The paper reviews labor market outcomes in the region and analyzes what is required to achieve economic growth through increased efficiency of physical and human capital. It examines Africa's role in the world economy and why greater integration is essential to the region. It also discusses labor policies and how workers in the region are affected by the transition to open development strategies. The prospects for the region's growing labor force are briefly reviewed.246 Plusquellec, Burt, and Wolter, Modern Water Control in Irrigation: Concepts, Issues, and Applications No. ... and Proceedings from the World Banka#39;s Annual Irrigation and Drainage Seminar, Annapolis, Maryland, December 8-10, 1992 No. ... 252 The World Bank/FAO/UNIDO/Industry Fertilizer Working Group, World and Regional Supply and Demand Balances for ... Project Planning Approach of the Womena#39;s Enterprise Management Training Outreach Program (WEMTOP) No.
|Title||:||The Market for Water Rights in Chile|
|Author||:||Monica Ríos Brehm, Jorge Quiroz|
|Publisher||:||World Bank Publications - 1995-01-01|