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Pierre-Alain Muet/Joseph E. Stiglitz: Introduction Lionel Jospin: Opening speech James D. Wolfensohn: Opening speech Part 1. Markets, Development and Institutions 1: John S. Flemming: Transition: The First Ten Years Olivier Blanchard: Comment 2: Joseph E. Stiglitz: Quis Custodiet Ipsos Custodes?: Corporate Governance Failures in the Transition 3: Mustapha Nabli: Privatization and Institutions in Developing and Transition Economies 4: Olivier Hart: Different Approaches to Bankruptcy 5: Jean Tirole: The Institutional Infrastructure of Competition Policy 6: Katharina Pistor: The Evolution of Legal Institutions and Economic Regime Change 7: Giuseppe Bertola: Cross-Sectional Wage and Employment Rigidities vs. Aggregate Employment Jose Luis Machinea: Comment 8: Stephen Nickell: Institutions and the Workings of the Labour Market 9: Jean-Jacques Laffont: Separation of Powers and Development Paul Seabright: Comment 10: Susan Rose-Ackerman: Bureaucratic Corruption and Political Accountability Augustine Ruzindana: Comment 11: Independence and Accountability of Central Banks: Norbert Walter: Comment Part 2. Equity, Public Goods, and Global Governance 12: Francois Bourguignon & Anthony Atkinson: Poverty and Inclusion from a World Perspective 13: Stefan Dercon: Safety Nets, Savings, and Informal Social Security Systems in Crisis-Prone Economies Peter Orszag: Comment 14: Pension Reform and Demographic Trends: Is Funding the Solution: Alessandro Cigno: Comment 15: Anthony Venables: Regional Integration Agreements: a Force for Convergence or Divergence? 16: Olivier Cadot, Jaime de Melo, and Marcelo Olarreaga: Asymmetric Regionalism in Sub-Saharan Africa: Where do We Stand? Pierre Jacquemot: Comment 17: Andras Inotai: Benefits and Costs of EU Enlargement: Theoretical and Practical Considerations on Trade Policy Issues 18: Olivier Godard, P.-H. Gouyon, Claude Henry, and P. Lagadec: The Precautionary Principle: Different Cases and Viewpoints 19: Olli Tahvonen: Energy Crisis versus Climate Change: Is there a Lesson to be Learned? 20: Laurence Tubiana (in "annex" Rajendra K. Pachauri) & Charles Perrings: Global Governance for Environment: Equity and Efficiency 21: Rajendra K. Pachauri: Protecting the Global Environment: Towards Effective Governance and Equitable Solutions Charles Perrings: Comment 22: Peter Neary: R & D in Developing Countries: What Should Governments Do? 23: Diane Elson: Gender Economics: Just Another Dummy Variable? Olga Vershinskaya: Comment 24: Michel Aglietta: Financial Fragility, Crises, and the Stakes of Prudential Control: A Few Lessons Learned from Recent Experience Uri Dadush: Comment 25: Daniel Cohen: Growth and Debt: A New Perspective on the African and Latin American Tragedies Tchetche Nguessan: Comment


... an impressive collection both in terms of its coverage of new and emerging issues in development economics, and its analytical rigour. Development and Change ... a wide range of topics is covered with an admirable competence. Development and Change

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