Item description for Financing for Development: Proposals from Business and Civil Society (UNU Policy Perspectives) by Barry Herman...
Business executives and civil-society activists from developing and developed countries address the question of how to boost the financing of development. Topics covered range from micro credit to large-scale project finance; from gender and poverty to bridging the digital divide; from local to global environments for investment; from domestic to international taxation; from trade expansion to debt relief; and from official development to reform of the United Nations.
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Studio: United Nations University Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.04" Width: 6.1" Height: 0.45" Weight: 0.63 lbs.
Publisher United Nations University Press
ISBN 9280810731 ISBN13 9789280810738
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More About Barry Herman
Herman": After almost 30 years in the United Nations Secretariat dealing with sovereign debt and other financial issues in development, including in relation to the 2002 Monterrey Summit on Financing for Development, Barry Herman is now a visiting senior fellow at The New School's new international affairs program."
Barry: Christian Barry "is currentlyLecturer in philosophy and Research Fellow at the Center for Applied Philosophy and Pubic Ethics at Australian National University. He holds a PhD in philosophy from Columbia University, where he was a Fellow at the Center for Law and Philosophy. Prior to joining the ANU, Barry was Editor of "Ethics & International Affairs" and served as a consultant and contributing author to three of the United Nations "Human Development Reports," "
Tomitova": Lydia Tomitova is currently pursuing a J.D. at Brooklyn Law School. Previously, she was Associate Editor of "Ethics & International Affairs" and Program Associate for Global Social Justice at the Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs.