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7. The Bank’s country policy and institutional assessment ratings of country policies and institutions, described earlier, are another tool for measuring many of the intermediate variables that point to development progress, from macroeconomic policies, to governance, to social inclusion. References The word “processed” describes informally reproduced works that may not be commonly available in libraries. Becker, Gary, Tomas Philipson, and Rodrigo Soares. 2002. ” University of Chicago. Processed.
If such public knowledge of actions influences policies, then it will have made a real contribution to development. Conclusion Delivering on the promise of Monterrey and meeting the MDGs depends on scaling up our development efforts. In doing so, we can build on both past learning and a record of applying that learning. We have learned much about the meaning and dimensions of development, in particular, recognizing that it may be multidimensional. We have achieved a stronger understanding of the drivers of development, including the key role of the domestic investment climate and of strategies for empowerment.
The first priority would be for rich countries to reduce protectionism in agriculture and textiles, both areas of special importance to poor countries. According to World Bank calculations, on average, poor people face tariffs for their exports that are twice as high as those rich people face (World Bank 2001a). Nontariff barriers also remain a problem, such as when phyto-sanitary regulations are used for protectionist purposes. For example, the European Union requires that for camel cheese imported from Mauritania, one of the poorest countries in the world, the camels must be milked mechanically (Wilson 2002).
Annual World Bank Conference on Development Economics-Europe 2003: Toward Pro-Poor Policies--Aid, Institutions, and Globalization by Tungodden B., Stern N., Kolstad I.