Addresses the issue of international competitiveness from the perspective of developing countries, which must exploit the opportunities offered by international trade and the extraordinarily rapid technological progress of recent years. The book's central message is that while sound macroeconomic management is crucial for achieving a sustained rise in living standards, it is an economy's ability to generate and manage technological change that ultimately determines its success in the world market and the pace at which it grows.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||:||World Bank Lending for Small Enterprises, 1989-1993|
|Author||:||Leila Webster, Randall Riopelle, Anne-Marie Chidzero|
|Publisher||:||World Bank Publications - 1996|