The global trends documented in Vital Signs 1999--from a decline in nuclear power generating capacity to the proliferation of genetically modified crops--will play a large part in determining the quality of our lives and our children's lives in the next decade.James D. Wolfensohn, President, World Bank Group, speech given at the World Bank Group annual meeting, Washington, DC ... Leff, aquot;Economic Development through Bureaucratic Corruption, aquot; American Behavioral Scientist, pp. ... Working Paper 6030 (Cambridge, MA: National Bureau of Economic Research, 1997). ... Frank Vogl, aquot;The Supply Side of Global Bribery, aquot; Finance aamp; Development, June 1998.
|Title||:||Vital Signs 1999|
|Author||:||The Worldwatch Institute|
|Publisher||:||Island Press - 2015-03-19|