2 edition of Mobilization of savings in Eastern European countries found in the catalog.
Mobilization of savings in Eastern European countries
International Monetary Fund.
|Statement||prepared by Vito Tanzi.|
|Series||IMF working paper -- WP/91/4|
|Contributions||Tanzi, Vito, International Monetary Fund. Fiscal Affairs Dept.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||22 p. --|
|Number of Pages||22|
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Get the latest European news from BBC News in Europe: headlines, features and analysis from BBC correspondents across the European Union, EU, and the rest of Europe. The History of the Mobilization of Land in Early Modern Europe. Posted on Febru One can write the modern and recent history of Europe as a history of the mobilization of land, which started to move in many respects: as property, as a space to be accessed, as a repository of mineral resources, and as state territory. Most European.
This chapter examines the mobilization of the savings/resources of both foreign and domestic sources for investment in both the public and private sectors. The foreign sources of resources/savings examined are foreign direct investment, Japanese government grants, and foreign loans, which were largely supplied by Japan, in addition to the savings of both the Japanese and Koreans in Korea. Eastern European states sense opportunity in German court ruling Experts warn EU’s legal bedrock shaken by judgment on ECB’s bond-buying programme Jaroslaw Kaczynski, leader of Poland’s.
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Extending the study of the populist right to Eastern Europe, this book examines how anger and resentment towards minorities is being exploited in politics.
Bustikova details the process by which the acquisition of political power and demand for rights by ascendant minority groups precipitates a backlash of mobilization from the radical : Lenka Bustikova. Mobilization of Savings in Eastern European Countries: the Role of the State.
[Vito Tanzi; International Monetary Fund.] -- As the countries of Eastern and Central Europe transform their economies from centrally-planned to market-oriented, the question of the role that the governments should play in mobilizing savings to.
This book examines the postal financial systems of some twenty countries visited by the author, and also includes case studies by expert authors from different developing nations. Among the topics covered are savings product development, investing mobilized funds, receiving overseas remittances, and utilizing financial technology.
Potential new entrants to the European Union from Central and Eastern European countries face many challenges to achieve financial convergence with the existing EU nations.
Using detailed case studies from Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Latvia, Lithuania and Poland and analysis of cross country data from these regions, Financial and Monetary Author: Dalia Vidickiene, Salomeja Jasinskaite, Rasa Melnikiene. As the countries of Eastern and Central Europe transform their economies from centrally–planned to market–oriented, the question of the role that the governments should play in mobilizing savings to ensure a high growth rate must be addressed.
This paper argues that the issue of a good allocation of savings must precede that of : Vito Tanzi. The present publication provides an overview of the needs and demands of low income households for savings services (micro level), as well as of savings mobilization from the perspective of a financial institution (meso level) and the regulatory financial authorities in developing and transition countries.
Mobilization of national saving is an important determinant of investment and growth. It assumed greater importance in the case of the Iranian economy, given the difficult external environment. This paper discusses the recent saving performance of the Iranian economy, particularly in relation to investment needs.
Following a quantitative evaluation of the determinants of saving, the paper Cited by: 2. A survey of share and bond markets in developing countries is to be found in United Nations Secretariat: Development of Stock Exchanges in Developing Countries, in: United Nations: Savings for Development, Report on the Second International Symposium on the Mobilization of Personal Savings in Developing Countries, New Yorkpp.
21–Cited by: 2. Introduction. The essence of any savings and credit co-operative society is the mobilization of savings, the provision of credit and improvement in the standards of living of the members. In the By-Laws of a Sacco society it is clearly stated that the objectives of the Sacco society is “to promote thrift among its members by affording an opportunity for accumulating their savings and.
This is a list of conflicts in Europe ordered chronologically, including wars between European states, civil wars within European states, wars between a European state and a non-European state that took place within Europe, and global conflicts in which Europe was a theatre of war.
There are various definitions of Europe and in particular, there is a significant dispute about the eastern and. Savings Mobilization Strategies: Lessons From Four Experiences Introduction Around the world, poor households save in various forms and for various purposes.
Although empirical evidence suggests that the poor would deposit if appropriate financial institu-tions and savings facilities were available, little progress has been made to establish micro-File Size: 26KB.
Focusing on the rising support for the populist right in Eastern Europe, this book examines how anger and resentment towards minorities is being utilized in politics. Bustikova details the process by which the acquisition of political power and demand for rights by ascendant minority groups precipitates a backlash of mobilization from the radical : Lenka Bustikova.
This is a volume of comparative essays on the First World War that focuses on one central feature: the political and cultural "mobilization" of the populations of the main belligerent countries in Europe behind the war/5. policies have not only hindered domestic savings mobilization but also impeded an ef ficient allocation of scarce capital.
This is the basic result of a comprehensive report on savings mobilization issues in developing countries prepared at the Kiel Institute of World Economics on behalf of the German Ministry for Economic Cooperation (*).
Book Description This is a volume of comparative essays on political and cultural 'mobilization' in the main belligerent countries in Europe during the First World War.
It explores how and why the war was supported for so long, and why those states with a strong political support and national integration were ultimately : Paperback.
World Socialist Web Site Of soldiers from 19 countries involved in the exercise, more than half, 20, come from the United States. 4, German soldiers are taking part Author: Markus Salzmann.
It has affected the central imperialist countries like the US and several major powers of the European Union (EU). However it was the peripheral imperialist countries such as Greece, the Spanish State, Portugal and Ireland that were the most affected.
The semi-colonial countries of the European periphery have also been hit hard by the : Philippe Alcoy. Nationalist Mobilization and the Collapse of the Soviet State East Europe, and Central is author of the bookScientiﬁcManagement,SocialistDis-cipline,andSovietPower() mobilization within ﬁfteen countries (or more, depending on who does the counting).Not only did the object of research transform, but my approach.
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Tuch. This book gives a nuanced and updated view of social movements in post-communist Europe, by looking at the cases of relatively successful mobilization, by examining groups that have often been neglected in the discourse on social movements and civil society (including animal-rights groups, racist movements and non-feminist family organizations), and by giving a deeper analysis of the different Format: Hardcover.
Eastern Europe is one of the world’s most underrated places for living in my opinion, although out of the Balkan countries I would personally prefer living in Serbia or Romania.
That said, Bulgaria has the advantage of being a rather open place to operate, with bank accounts being easy to open and a substantial low-tax offshore company.Get this from a library!
Domestic savings and the driving forces of investment in the ECE emerging market economies. [Rumen Dobrinsky; United Nations. Economic Commission for Europe.].The microfinance revolution (Vol.
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