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Regulating development, evidence from Africa and Latin America

Autores:
Amann, Edmund, ed.

Pie de Imprenta:
Reino Unido. Edward Elgar Publishing Inc. 2006.

Descripción:
REGULACION. PRIVATIZACION. DESARROLLO ECONOMICO. CRECIMIENTO ECONOMICO. AGUA-REGULACION. COMPETENCIA. BRASIL. AFRICA.

Ubicacion:
01.00/0130.

Resumen:
CONTIENE: Creating the conditions for international business expansion, the impact of regulation on economic growth in developing countries, a cross country analysis. The World Trade Oranization and domestic regulation. Learning to love patents: capacity building, intellectual property and the re-production of governance norms in the developing world. From the developmental to the regulatory state, the transformation of the governments impact on the Brazilian economy. Brazilian regulatory agencies; early appraisal and looming challenges. Corporate governance, regulation and the lingering role of the state in the post privatized Brazilian steel industry. Privatization and regulation in South Africa, an evaluation. A comparative analysis of the performance of public and private water utilities in Africa. Why regulations matter, a samll-business perspective. The changing regulatory environment and its implications for the performance of small and medium sized enterprises in Ghana. Regulating for competition, the case of Telkom in South Africa.

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