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Foreign finance for private sector development (PSD) has become popular with the donor community and in multilateral development policy fora, seen as an antidote for recipient economies' aid dependency and a way of accomplishing growth, poverty reduction and empowerment. This book analyzes the pattern of foreign finance for PSD and examines multilateral and bilateral donors' practices in PSD financing, giving special attention to microfinance and microenterprises. It also models and explains private capital flows from developed to developing countries and reverse flows in the form of capital flight.
'It seems that with each new book it issues, UNU-WIDER further establishes its reputation as the intellectual leader among international organisations.' -John Weeks, Professor of Development Economics, SOAS, University of London
|List of Tables||p. vii|
|List of Figures||p. x|
|Notes on the Contributors||p. xxii|
|List of Abbreviations||p. xxiv|
|Foreign Financing of Developing Countries' Private Sectors: Analysis and Description of Structure and Trends||p. 1|
|Comparative Appraisal of Multilateral and Bilateral Approaches to Financing Private Sector Development||p. 42|
|Bilateral Official and Non-Governmental Organizations' Support for Private Sector Development||p. 92|
|Multilateral Development Banks and Private Sector Financing: The Case of IFC||p. 124|
|Donors' Support for Microcredit as Social Enterprise: A Critical Reappraisal||p. 147|
|Flow of Foreign Direct Investment in Developing Countries: A Two-part Econometric Modelling Approach||p. 180|
|Flight Capital and its Reversal for Development Financing||p. 207|
|The 'Pull' and 'Push' Factors in North-South Private Capital Flows: Conceptual Issues and Empirical Estimates||p. 234|
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Series: Studies in Development Economics and Policy
Number Of Pages: 276
Published: 12th March 2004
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 21.59 x 13.97 x 1.91
Weight (kg): 0.48
Edition Number: 1