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Debt-for-development exchanges
Economic development projects--Finance--Law and legislation
LAW / Banking (BISACSH.)
Debt-for-development swap
LCC: K3820 .D43 2011
DDC: 338.91 full
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"Analyzes the different types of debt-for-development exchanges and the different ways they have been used by all donor nations"-- Provided by publisher.
Table Of Contents
Machine generated contents note: Part I. Types of Exchanges and Their Development Over Time: 1. The early years - the evolution of the technique Ross P. Buckley; 2. Debt-for-nature exchanges Ross P. Buckley and Steven Freeland; 3. Other debt-for-development exchanges Ross P. Buckley; Part II. Exchanges by Donor Countries: 4. United States debt exchanges Ross P. Buckley and Steven Freeland; 5. Italian exchanges Ross P. Buckley; 6. German exchanges Ross P. Buckley; 7. French exchanges Ross P. Buckley; 8. Other donor nations' exchanges Ross P. Buckley; 9. Debt-for-development in Australia: past, present and future Luke Fletcher and Adele Webb; Part III. Critiques of Exchanges: 10. Debt audits as the necessary precondition to credible exchanges Julia Roy; 11. A different view on the use of illegitimate debt in exchanges: reflections on an all too real case J├╝rgen Kaiser; 12. The human rights dimension in exchanges Gillian Moon; 13. Bangladesh's experience with exchanges: liability to potentia MD Shamsuddoha; 14. The Philippines experience with exchanges Joffre Balce; Part IV. New and Innovative Applications of Exchanges: 15. Farmer managed natural regeneration: a land rehabilitaton technique well adapted to funding by exchanges Tony Rinaudo; 16. Restoring mangroves in the Philippines Ross P. Buckley; 17. Poverty reduction through social protection: a potential form of debt-for-development exchange John Langmore; 18. Climate change adaptation exchanges: an exploration of the possibilities and risks Philip Ireland; 19. Climate change and food security: building resilience by means of climate field schools Alicia C. Qian and Tanvir Uddin; 20. Debt-for-security exchanges Ross P. Buckley; 21. Promoting good governance through ICT systems: improving transparency and reducing corruption Emmanuel T. Laryea; 22. Promoting citizen action and voice through exchanges Bill Walker; 23. Conclusion Ross P. Buckley.
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