2 edition of Innovative sources of development finance found in the catalog.
Innovative sources of development finance
by United Nations University, World Institute for Development Economic Research in Helsinki
Written in English
|Series||WIDER discussion paper -- no. 2002/98.|
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|Pagination||26 p. :|
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New Sources of Development Finance Edited by A. B. Atkinson WIDER Studies in Development Economics. Very relevant to current concerns about the future of multilateral action and world bodies; Explains and engages with topical and controversial new proposals for development and international finance; Based on a study commissioned by the UN. The UN plays a crucial role with regards to the principle of innovative financing. • The importance of innovative sources of development finance was recognized by the Monterrey Consensus on financing for development. • In January in Geneva.
Figure 1: Innovative Sources of Finance Despite these dynamics in the development finance architecture, there remain significant resource gaps between inflows and public investment requirements within SSA. Investment requirements were in the range of 15% of GDP in to % of GDP in , while savings as a percentage of GDP was about 20%. Financing for Development Post September This volume was written by staff of the World Bank Group (WBG) as input to the UN-led consultations on the post Innovative sources of finance. Development partners are helping to develop new tools to help generate financing for development. The paper discusses a number of these.
Innovative financing mechanisms are necessary to make this happen. Innovative Financing for Development is the first book on this subject that uses a market-based approach. It compiles pioneering methods of raising development finance including securitization of future flow receivables, diaspora bonds, and GDP-indexed bonds. The book integrates related theoretical approaches and their coverage purposes. A singular perspective combines transaction value economics and neoclassical economics. The writer additionally treats necessary coverage problems with nationwide and worldwide relevance. How to Download Development Finance .
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DESA commissioned the World Institute for Development Economic Research to make the required study and Sir Anthony Atkinson, then Warden of Nuffield College at Oxford, agreed to lead the project.
He edited the resulting book, entitled New Sources of Development Finance, published in by Size: 95KB. Innovative financing for development / Suhas Ketkar and Dilip Ratha (editors). Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN — ISBN (electronic) 1. Developing countries—Finance.
Economic development—Developing countries— Finance. Economic assistance—Developing countries. Ketkar, Suhas. New Sources of Development Finance (WIDER Studies in Development Economics): Business Development Books @ Examining innovative ways to secure these resources, this book sets out a framework for the economic analysis of different sources of funding, applying the tools of modern public economics to identify the key Format: Paperback.
This paper argues that in view of the resource crunch confronting many developing countries and the fall in overseas development aid flows to them, new sources of development finance need to be found. We consider international taxes, fees and levies. For that, innovative financing mechanisms are necessary.
The volume brings together various market-based innovative methods of raising development finance including securitization of future flow receivables, diaspora bonds, and the role of shadow sovereign ratings in facilitating access to international capital markets.
[An issue often side-tracked in discussing development finance relates to price effects on the flows of funds to developing countries, in particular changes of the terms of trade. They often thwart the effort to fund development programs through direct financing and must therefore Innovative sources of development finance book part of an integral view of development finance.
There have been a number of other scholarly studies, studies by the European Commission and other multilateral organisations including the IMF into various types of innovative sources of financing. Characteristics of innovative sources of finance often include: Additionality to existing sources of ODA.
Progress Report on Innovative Sources of Development Finance Report of the Secretary-General of the United Nations I. III. As early asdevelopment partners embarked on a decade-long search for"innovative"or alternative sources of Official Development Assistance to help finance achievement of the Millennium Author: Navin Girishankar.
Its current President is Mali. The Leading Group on Innovative Financing for Development has so far supported and championed three major initiatives: the UNITAID drug purchase facility, the International Financing Facility for Immunisation (IFFIm) and the Advanced Market Commitment (AMC) for pneumococcal vaccines.
As their Millennium Development Goals, world leaders have pledged by to halve the number of people living in extreme poverty and hunger, to achieve universal primary education, to reduce child mortality, to halt the spread of HIV/AIDS, and to halve the number of people without safe drinking water.
Book New Sources of Development Finance As their Millennium Development Goals, world leaders have pledged by to halve the number of people living in extreme poverty and hunger, to achieve universal primary education, to reduce child mortality, to halt the spread of HIV/AIDS, and to halve the number of people without safe drinking water.
In examining innovative ways to secure these resources, this book, which is part of the UNU–WIDER Studies in Development Economics series, sets out a framework for the economic analysis of different sources of funding and applying the tools of modern public economics to identify the key issues.
Innovative Sources of Development Finance - Global Cooperation in the 21st Century* Raghbendra Jha, ASARC Australian National University October Abstract This paper argues that, in view of the resource crunch confronting many developing countries and the fall in ODA flows to them; new sources of development finance need to be by: 2.
As early asdevelopment partners embarked on a decade-long search for "innovative" or alternative sources of Official Development Assistance to help finance achievement of the Millennium Development Goals. In analysing proposals for new sources of development funding, there are several issues that arise across the board.
What is the role of new sources in relation to existing overseas development assistance. Should we be seeking new sources that generate a double dividend.
Can the key elements of a proposal be achieved by another route. What should be the fiscal architecture. Is there a modern. Abstract. As early asdevelopment partners embarked on a decade-long search for innovative or alternative sources of Official Development Assistance to help finance achievement of the Millennium Development by: Innovative Sources for Development Finance: Over-Arching Issues A.
Atkinson* December Abstract In analysing proposals for new sources of development funding, there are several issues that arise across the board. What is the role of new sources in relation to existing overseas development assistance.
Should we be seeking new sources that. Data and research on aid statistics including official development assistance (ODA), International Development Statistics (IDS), development finance reporting, resource flows., Innovative financing for development refers to initiatives that aim to raise new funds for development, or optimise the use of traditional funding sources.
They aim to narrow the gap between the resources needed to. In turn, the book examines global environmental taxes (such as a carbon tax) the taxation of currency transactions (the Tobin tax), a development-focused allocation of Special Drawing Rights by the IMF, the UK Government proposal for an International Finance Facility, increased private donations for development purposes, a global lottery (or premium bond), and increased remittances by emigrants.
Innovative Financing for Development. The Monterrey Consensus recognized “the value of exploring innovative sources of finance provided that those sources do not unduly burden developing.Innovative sources for development finance - global public economics (English) Abstract.
This paper is concerned with issues of global public finance, and specifically the potential for new sources of funding for world development and poverty eradication.
At a time of international tension, there is a need for new ideas to resolve longstanding.The variety of national, regional and international public sources for development finance Contents 1.
Introduction – the role of public sources of financing for sustainable development _____2 South cooperation is gaining in importance, and a range of new and innovative sources of development financing – additional to traditional ODA File Size: KB.