The Future Of National Development Banks

Author: Stephany Griffiths-Jones
Editor: Initiative for Policy Dialogue
ISBN: 0198827946
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For a long time the topic of national development banks was limited to a debate between admirers and detractors of these institutions, often inserted into a more general debate of state versus markets. Since the 2007/8 North Atlantic financial crisis however, interest and support for these institutions has broadly increased in both developing and developed countries. Key issues such as understanding how development banks work, what their main aims are, and what their links with the private financial and corporate sector are have come to the forefront, and there is an increased interest in what instruments, incentives, and governance work better in general and in particular contexts. The Future of National Development Banks provides an in-depth study of several key examples of these institutions based in Brazil, Chile, China, Colombia, Germany, Mexico, and Peru. It explores horizontal issues such as their role in innovation and structural change, sustainable infrastructure financing, financial inclusion, and regulatory rules. It provides both research and policy-oriented perspectives on how these banks can make a significant contribution to a countries' development, and analyses their roles within broader economic policy, their governance, and the main instruments they use to perform their function. The Future of National Development Banks has important policy implications for countries that have these institutions and can improve them, and countries that do not have them yet and can learn from best practice.

The Reinvention Of Development Banking In The European Union

Author: Daniel Mertens
Editor: Oxford University Press, USA
ISBN: 0198859708
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National development banks (NDBs) have transformed from outdated relics of national industrial policy to central pillars of the European Union's economic project. This book explores why the EU has supported an increased role for NDBs, and how we might understand the dynamics between NDBs and European incentives and constraints.

Development Banking In India

Author: Kaushal Kumar Arora
Editor: Atlantic Publishers & Dist
ISBN: 9788171563210
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Development Banking In India Is Almost As Old As India S Independence. The First Institution Established In The Field Of Development Banking Was The Industrial Finance Corporation Of India In 1948. After This Beginning, A Battery Of Development Banks Came To Be Established And Today A Well-Knit Structure Of About 50 Development Banks Exists, Both At The National And State Levels.This Book Attempts To Spell Out The Financial And Developmental Roles Of Development Banks With Special Reference To Idbi During About 40 Years Of Post-Independence Era. Whereas The Financial Role Highlights The Banking Support Provided By Them For The Programmes Of Industrialisation Of The Country, The Development Role Sets Forth Their Promotional And Entrepreneurial Activities Of Bringing Together The Various Elements Essential For The Industrial Development.The Study Also Provides Observa¬Tions On Some Of The Common Problems And Lecunae Of The Indian Development Banks And Proposes A Pattern On Which The Future Structure Of Development Banking In India May Be Modelled.The Book Would Be Of Use To Stu¬Dents Of Commerce, Management And Economics. It Can Also Be A Valuable Reference To Professionals In Banking And Allied Areas.

National Development Banks And Technological Development In India

Author: R. M. Honavar
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The Role Of National Development Banks In Catalyzing International Climate Finance

Author: Lucila Serra
Editor: Inter-American Development Bank
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Significant investments are needed to support the global transition to a low-carbon, climate resilient future. Current finance flows fall short of global financing needs, and massive scaling up is needed to unlock additional financial resources and foster a sustainable investment pathway. Overcoming barriers to private sector investments is critical, and international climate finance can play a catalytic role in this regard. National development banks (NDBs) have a unique role in this context, both complementing and catalyzing private sector players. This publication discusses the unique role that NDBs could play in scaling up private financing for climate change mitigation projects through the intermediation of international and national public climate finance in their respective local credit markets and the conditions that would be needed for them to be most effective. It draws from experiences in international climate finance and best practices, processes, and products of NDBs within the Latin American and Caribbean region.

Basic Documents Of Asian Regional Organizations

Author: Michael Haas
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Summary Of Proceedings

Author: Asian Development Bank. Board of Governors. Meeting
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Proceedings

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Ceres

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"FAO review on development" (varies)

Future

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Development Banking In Africa

Author: Hildegard Harlander
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Development Banking In India

Author: Ram Mohan Saksena
Editor: Bombay : Vora
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Sustainable Development And The Future Of Mineral Investment

Author: James Otto
Editor: United Nations Publications
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Initiated jointly by the Institute for Global Resources Policy (Colorado School of Mines), the Metal Mining Agency of Japan, and the United Nations Environment Programme, seven chapters (most by authors affiliated with The Colorado School of Mines; others drawn internationally) analyze how the concept of sustainable development can be related to mineral enterprises. The volume is intended to reach a wide audience, so content has been kept at a technical level accessible to non-specialists. Discussion includes philosophical perspectives on sustainable development, interests and objectives of stakeholders, institutional frameworks--process and implementation, and assessment methodologies and indicators. No index. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR.

Mercado De Valores

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The Future Of The Oceans

Author: Wolfgang Friedmann
Editor: George Braziller
ISBN: 9780807606025
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Probes the problems caused by military and economic exploitation of the seabed in a plea for international control and protection of resources

Perspectives On National Development

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Co Operative Agricultural Development Banks

Author: Donthi Obul Reddy
Editor: Stosius Incorporated/Advent Books Division
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