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Making Finance Work for Africa

ACCOUNTING ADMINISTRATIVE CONTROLS ADVERSE SELECTION AGRICULTURE BANK DEPOSITS BANK REGULATION BANKING SYSTEM BANKING SYSTEMS BANKRUPTCY BANKS BARRIERS TO ENTRY BONDS BORROWING BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT CAPITALIZATION COMMON LAW COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS CONTRACT ENFORCEMENT COOPERATIVES CORPORATE EQUITY CORPORATE GOVERNANCE CREDIT UNION CRISES DEBT DEPOSITS DEVELOPMENT BANKS DEVELOPMENT POLICY DIRECT INVESTMENT EAST AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK ECONOMIC CONDITIONS ECONOMIC GROWTH ECONOMIC PERFORMANCE ECONOMIC POWER ECONOMIC RESEARCH ECONOMIC STRUCTURE EMPLOYMENT EMU ENTREPRENEURSHIP EQUITY MARKETS EXPORTS EXTREME POVERTY FIGHTING CORRUPTION FINANCIAL FINANCIAL CONTRACTS FINANCIAL DEVELOPMENT FINANCIAL ENGINEERING FINANCIAL INFORMATION FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS FINANCIAL INSTRUMENTS FINANCIAL INTERMEDIARIES FINANCIAL INTERMEDIATION FINANCIAL REPORTING FINANCIAL SECTOR FINANCIAL SERVICES FINANCIAL STABILITY FINANCIAL SYSTEMS FIXED COSTS FOREIGN BANKS FUTURES GDP GDP PER CAPITA GOOD GOVERNANCE GOVERNANCE PROBLEMS GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT GROWTH RATES HOUSING HUMAN CAPITAL INCOME INCOME DISTRIBUTION INCOME GROUPS INCREASING RETURNS INEQUALITY INFLATION INFORMATION INSURANCE INTEREST RATES INTERNATIONAL BANKING INTERNATIONAL FINANCE INVESTMENT CLIMATE IPO LAWS LEGAL ORIGIN LEGAL SYSTEMS LEGISLATION LIFE INSURANCE LIQUIDITY LIVING STANDARDS LOW INTEREST RATE MACROECONOMIC STABILITY MARKET DISCIPLINE MARKET ECONOMIES MARKET ECONOMY MICROFINANCE MONEY LAUNDERING MONOPOLIES MORAL HAZARD NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT NATIONAL INCOME NEW ENTRANTS NONGOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURES OVERHEAD COSTS PAYMENTS PENSION FUNDS PRIVATIZATION PRODUCTIVITY PROPERTY RIGHTS PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS REGULATORY FRAMEWORK RELATIONSHIP LENDING RESOURCE ALLOCATION RESOURCE MOBILIZATION RISK INSURANCE RISK MANAGEMENT SAVINGS SAVINGS RATES SECURITIES SOCIAL CHANGE STOCK EXCHANGES STOCK MARKETS SUBSIDIARIES SUBSIDIARY SYSTEMIC RISK TERM FINANCE TRANSPARENCY WARRANTS
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Washington, DC : World Bank
Africa
2012-05-29T22:03:13Z | 2012-05-29T22:03:13Z | 2007

Making Finance Work for Africa presents a coherent policy approach that addresses African priorities and can work in African conditions. It challenges the applicability of some conventional views on a range of issues from securities markets and banking regulation to the organization of microfinance institutions. The authors identify promising trends from across sub-Saharan Africa and pinpoint shortcomings. The book will be useful to policy makers, bankers, financial analysts, and economists working in Africa.

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