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You submitted the following rating and review. We'll publish them on our site once we've reviewed them. Continue shopping. Item s unavailable for purchase. Please review your cart. You can remove the unavailable item s now or we'll automatically remove it at Checkout. World Development Report The State in a Changing World Ajay Chhibber The state has an important role to play in economic and social development as a partner, catalyst, and facilitator.
An effective—not a minimalist—state is needed to provide the goods and services—and rules and institutions—that allow markets to flourish and people to lead healthier, happier lives. How Can States Foster Markets? Brian Levy Governments can encourage market development by clearly defining property rights, ensuring a sound regulatory framework, and pursuing industrial policies. But what they do in these areas should be determined by their institutional capability. Improving the State's Institutional Capability Sanjay Pradhan An effective government is necessary for economic development.
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What is needed are mechanisms that enable the state to act in the public interest and that check arbitrary and corrupt actions. But decentralization requires close policy coordination among all levels of government. Carrying out downsizing operations successfully is not easy, however, and requires careful analysis, planning, and implementation. Alessandro Prati and Garry J. Schinasi The introduction of the euro will create opportunities for greater integration of Europe's financial markets.
If integration and efficiency gains are achieved, Europe's securities markets could rival US markets in size and efficiency. Gray A weak legal system can undercut efforts to develop a modern, market-oriented economy. What is the relationship between legal reform and economic reform, and what specific steps can countries take to encourage the former?