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|1||NGO Mission and Staff Perception: A Case Study of the Finca del Niño||
|2||The Market for Microfinance in Brazil: An Industry Analysis||
|3||Business development services, unemployment and the Kenyan informal sector||
Antoine, Malick D.
|4||Non-Agricultural Fair Trade: An Analysis of Economic and Developmental Benefits and Challenges||
Trackman, Louisa C.
|5||Adopem Bank: Microfinance in the Dominican Republic, A Case Study||
|6||Under What Conditions Should Donors Promote Consulting Services in Developing Countries?||
Pleva, Paul M.
|7||Capital Markets in Emerging Economies: A Case Study of the Nairobi Stock Exchange||
Kibuthu, Grace Wambui
|8||Industrial Policy Options for Developing Countries: The Case of the Automotive Sector in Thailand & Malaysia||
|9||Biofuels and its Implications on Food Security, Climate Change, and Energy Security: A Case Study of Nepal||
|10||Internatioinal Aid and Democratic Building Process: Cambodia||
|11||The Palli Karma-Sahayak Foundation (PKSF) as a Regulator of Microfinance Institutions in Bangladesh||
|12||Colaborar - Ñamba'apo Oñondivepa - Collaboration: An Analysis of Inter-Agency Collaborations in Developmental Technical Assistance in Paraguay||
Lindenbaum, Stephanie K
|13||How Marketing Mumbo Jumbo Can Help Poor Countries Grow: The Case of 100% Columbian Coffee||
|14||Success Factors of Agricultural Futures Markets in Developing Countries and Their Implication on Existing and New Local Exchanges in Developing Countries||
|15||Beyond Preferential Market Access: Enhancing the Development Potential of the African Growth and Opportunity Act (Agoa), a Focus on the Economic Community of West African States (Ecowas)||
Ofori-Adjei, Akua B.
|16||Mobile Banking: Can Financial Services be Extended to Africa's Unbanked?||
Tschiemer, Robert A.
|17||Microfinance and Conflict: Toward a Conflict-Sensitive Approach||
|18||The Environmental, Technical and Economic Implications of the White Spot Syndrome Virus on Latin American Shrimp Farming||
|19||Agriculture and Conflict: A Conceptual Framework for Development||
Zaur, Ian M.
|20||The Fair Trade Response to the Coffee Crisis. Achievements, Limitations and Prospects of a Voluntary Certification Scheme||
Fend, Ruth T
|21||Collaborative Value Sharing Between Profit and NonProfit Partners in Emerging Markets: The Case of GrameenPhone in Bangladesh||
|22||Resuscitating 'the Forgotten Sector in a Forgotten State': Catalyzing Improved Health Outcomes in Guinea-Bissau through the Millennium Development Goals||
|23||Distributional and Welfare Effects of Including Corn into NAFTA and the Social, Economic, Political and International Repercussions for Mexico||
|24||Resuscitating 'The Forgotten Sector in a Forgotten State': Catalyzing Improved Health Outcomes in Guinea-Bissau through the Millennium Development Goals||
|25||Multiple Use Services: Meeting the Productive and Domestic Water Needs of the Rural Poor||