This book evaluates the quality of financial accountability and transparency in Bangladesh and makes recommendations for improvement. It compares the financial management standard and practices with respect to public funds. This book also examines what it takes to qualify Bangladesh for programmatic or sector lending in replacement of all individual project lending. Concerning private funds, it assesses the regulatory activities of the Registrar of Joint Stock Companies, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), the two Stock Exchanges, Bangladesh Bank, NGO Affairs Bureau and the accounting and auditing profession that serves both public and private sectors. (source: Nielsen Book Data)
The Haitian people: demographics, poverty, and socioeconomic outcomes and risks / by Dorte Verner
Governance and institutions / by Willy Egset and Stephanie Kuttner
Political forces and actors / by Dan Erikson ... [et al.]
Conclusion: breaking out of the conflict-poverty-trap / by Dorte Verner, Stephanie Kuttner, and Willy Egset.
This book examines Haiti's conflict-poverty trap from the perspective of demographic and socioeconomic factors, the state's institutional capacity to provide public goods, and the strategies of political actors. The report's three main sections explore the nature of these components, and a closing section considers the linkages among them. (source: Nielsen Book Data)