World Bank handbook on economic policy in emerging economies

Chemical companies, Consumer demand, Economic growth

WB Sept10.pngThe World Bank have kindly sent the blog a copy of their new handbook “The Day After Tomorrow: A Handbook on the Future of Economic Policy in the Developing World“.

It describes the impact of the Crisis on the emerging economies and summarises the challenges ahead, by individual region.

You can download a free copy by clicking on the copy of the book cover.

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