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Regional Public Goods: From Theory to Practice

Ramesh Adhikari, Mirka J. Negroni, Jessica Leino, P. B. Rana, Tam Robert Nguyen, Nohra Rey de Marulanda, Michael Kremer, Ennio Rodríguez, Daniel Arce, Todd Sandler (), Mario Bronfman, Robert Devlin, Carlos Rufín, Kazu Sakai, Ravi Kanbur, Matthew Kahn (), John Weiss, Charles Wyplosz (), Anneke Jessen, Juan Carlos Navarro, Ozias Tungwarara, Joseph Michael Hunt, Antoni Estevadeordal, Roberto Martínez Nogueira, Juan José Taccone, Martin Carnoy, Tamil Kendall, Brian Frantz and Clay Wescott

No 260 in IDB Publications (Books) from Inter-American Development Bank

Abstract: This book is based on a conference entitled "Regional Public Goods and Regional Development Assistance", held in Washington, D.C. on November 6-7, 2002. It examines how the IDB and the ADB support the provision of regional public goods (RPGs) in Latin America and Asia, respectively. RPGs are products, services, regulatory systems or policy regimes that generate shared benefits for participating countries in such areas as health, education, trade, and infrastructure.

Keywords: regional and global public goods; IDB; ADB; Asia; Latin America; development assistance; governance; finance; trade; environment; health; governance; integration; infrastructure; education; democracy (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2011
ISBN: 9781931003858
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