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  1. SUSTAINING AND ACCELERATING PRO-POOR GROWTH IN AFRICA

    Sustaining and Accelerating Pro-Poor Growth in Africa Learn More

    ₦1,000.00
  2. GCSE MANUFACTURING

    Gcse Manufacturing Learn More

    ₦1,050.00
  3. CHANGING CUSTOMS

    Changing Customs: Challenges and Strategies for the Reform of Customs Administration Learn More

    ₦975.00
  4. ENERGY SUBSIDY REFORM IN SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA

    Energy Subsidy Reform in Sub-Saharan Africa : Experiences and Lessons Learn More

    ₦2,000.00
  5. THE EVOLVING ROLE OF ASIA IN GLOBAL FINANCE

    The process of Asia's rise to a position of eminence in global finance has accelerated in the wake of the international financial crisis, posing new opportunities and challenges to both the Asian economies and the global financial and trade systems. This volume represents a significant new endeavour to explore and understand the dynamics created by this process of transition. Learn More

    ₦1,750.00
  6. MONETARY AND FINANCIAL STATISTICS MANUAL

    Monetary and Financial Statistics Manual Learn More

    ₦1,975.00
  7. CAMBODIA ( REBUILDING FOR A CHALLENGING FUTURE )

    Cambodia: Rebuilding for a Challenging Future Learn More

    ₦3,000.00
  8. EVALUATION OF THE IMF's ROLE IN POVERTY REDUCTION STRETEGY PAPERS AND THE POVERTY REDUCTION AND GROWTH

    In 1999, the IMF and the World Bank adopted a new framework for supporting economic reform in low-income member countries to achieve the objectives of poverty reduction and economic growth. The framework consists of two key elements: country-authored Poverty Reduction Strategy Papers, drawing on broad-based consultations with key stakeholder groups; and a vehicle for the provision of IMF concessional lending, the Poverty Reduction and Growth Facility. This evaluation takes stock of progress to date and attempts to identify shortcomings that may require course corrections in the design and implementation of the initiative. Learn More

    ₦2,000.00
  9. A GUIDE TO DIRECTION OF TRADE STATISTICS

    This paper provides a broad empirical analysis of the determinants of post-conflict economic transitions across the world during the period 1960-2010, using a dynamic panel estimation approach based on the system-generalized method of moments. In addition to an array of demographic, economic, geographic, and institutional variables, we introduce an estimated risk of conflict recurrence as an explanatory variable in the growth regression, because post-conflict countries have a tendency to relapse into subsequent conflicts even years after the cessation of violence. the empirical results show that domestic factors, including the estimated probability of conflict recurrence, as well as a range of external variables, contribute to post-conflict economic performance. Learn More

    ₦500.00
  10. USING KNOWLEDGE TO IMPROVE DEVELOPMENT EFFECTIVENESS

    Using Knowledge to Improve Development Effectiveness : An Evaluation of World Bank Economic and Sector Work and Technical Assistance, 2000-2006 Learn More

    ₦2,400.00