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100 1  Bhargava, Vinay K 
245 10 Global Issues for Global Citizens :|bAn Introduction to 
       Key Development Challenges 
264  1 Herndon :|bWorld Bank Publications,|c2006 
264  4 |c©2006 
300    1 online resource (490 pages) 
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505 0  Contents -- FOREWORD -- PREFACE -- ABOUT THE CONTRIBUTORS 
       -- ACKNOWLEDGMENTS -- ABBREVIATIONS -- 1 INTRODUCTION TO 
       GLOBAL ISSUES -- Part One: The Global Economy -- 2 POVERTY
       AND INEQUALITY -- 3 THE SEARCH FOR STABILITY IN AN 
       INTEGRATED GLOBAL FINANCIAL SYSTEM -- 4 DEVELOPMENT AID: 
       KEY TO BALANCED GLOBAL DEVELOPMENT -- 5 DEBT RELIEF, DEBT 
       SUSTAINABILITY, AND GROWTH IN LOW-INCOME COUNTRIES -- 6 
       GLOBALIZING WITH THEIR FEET: THE OPPORTUNITIES AND COSTS 
       OF INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION -- 7 TRADE REFORM AND THE DOHA 
       DEVELOPMENT AGENDA -- 8 THE CHALLENGE OF FOOD SECURITY: 
       STRATEGIES TO REDUCE GLOBAL HUNGER AND MALNUTRITION -- 
       Part Two: Human Development -- 9 DISEASES WITHOUT BORDERS:
       COPING WITH COMMUNICABLE DISEASE -- 10 SECURING THE FUTURE
       THROUGH EDUCATION: A TIDE TO LIFT ALL BOATS -- 11 HUNGER, 
       MALNUTRITION, AND HUMAN DEVELOPMENT -- Part Three: 
       Environment and Natural Resources -- 12 CONFRONTING 
       CLIMATE CHANGE -- 13 TOWARD A SUSTAINABLE ENERGY FUTURE --
       14 CALMING GLOBAL WATERS: MANAGING A FINITE RESOURCE IN A 
       GROWING WORLD -- 15 TOWARD SUSTAINABLE MANAGEMENT OF WORLD
       FISHERIES AND AQUACULTURE -- 16 SUSTAINING THE WORLD'S 
       FORESTS: MANAGING COMPETING DEMANDS FOR A VITAL RESOURCE -
       - Part Four: Global Governance -- 17 DEVELOPMENT IN THE 
       CROSSFIRE: CONFLICT PREVENTION AND POSTCONFLICT 
       RECONSTRUCTION -- 18 CURING THE CANCER OF CORRUPTION -- 19
       THE UNITED NATIONS ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL SYSTEM: AN 
       ORGANIZATION IN THE MIDST OF CHANGE -- 20 THE ROLE OF THE 
       INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS IN ADDRESSING GLOBAL 
       ISSUES -- 21 GLOBAL COMPACTS: BUILDING A BETTER WORLD FOR 
       ALL -- INDEX -- Boxes -- 5.1 Odious Debt -- 6.1 A Taxonomy
       of Migration -- 6.2 Migrant Dreams Become Nightmares -- 
       7.1 Senegal's Agricultural Export Promotion Project -- 8.1
       The World Food Summit's Definition of Food Security -- 8.2
       The Debate over Genetically Modified Maize in Zambia 
505 8  8.3 Examples of Regional Integration in Agriculture in 
       Africa -- 9.1 Can HIV/AIDS Treatment Be Made Affordable? -
       - 9.2 The Relationship Between Biodiversity and Human 
       Health -- 9.3 The Successful Campaign to Contain the Ebola
       Virus -- 10.1 What Works to Reduce the Gender Gap in 
       Education? -- 10.2 Recognizing the Need to Run in Order to
       Keep Up -- 10.3 The Education for All-Fast Track 
       Initiative -- 11.1 Three Myths About Nutrition -- 12.1 
       Emissions Trading in the European Union -- 13.1 Energy and
       the Poor: A Fact Sheet -- 13.2 Selected World Bank Group 
       Energy Projects in 2005 -- 16.1 Why Forests Matter to 
       Africa -- 16.2 Mexico: Second Community Forestry Project -
       - 16.3 Forest Law Enforcement and Governance -- 16.4 
       Amazon Regional Protected Areas -- 18.1 The Types of 
       Corruption -- 18.2 Disclosure: The Right to Know -- 21.1 
       The Millennium Development Goals -- 21.2 Key Provisions of
       the 2005 United Nations World Summit -- Figures -- 2.1 
       Share of Population Living on Less Than a Dollar a Day in 
       Selected Countries, 1981 and 2001 -- 2.2 Distribution of 
       Global Gross National Income by Decile, 1980-2002 -- 2.3 
       World Opinion on Poverty and Equality as a Major Issue and
       on the Incidence of Hunger -- 3.1 International Financial 
       Integration as Measured -- 3.2 International Financial 
       Integration as Measured by Interest Rate Differentials -- 
       3.3 International Financial Integration as Measured by the
       Stock of Foreign Capital -- 3.4 Shares of Global Foreign 
       Capital by Income Range of Recipient Country -- 4.1 Net 
       Official Development Assistance Provided by Development 
       Assistance Committee Member Countries, 1990-2010 -- 4.2 
       Distribution of the Increase in World Official Development
       Assistance, 2001-04 -- 5.1 Debt Ratios in Heavily Indebted
       Poor Countries, 1979-2001 -- 5.2 Actual and Simulated Debt
       -GDP Ratios in Low-Income Countries, 1980-2003 
505 8  5.3 Debt Service and Poverty-Reducing Government 
       Expenditure in HIPCs -- 5.4 Debt-Export Ratios in HIPC 
       Completion Point Countries before and after Relief under 
       the Multilateral Debt Relief Initiative -- 5.5 Debt 
       Service and Official Development Assistance for 28 Highly 
       Indebted Poor Countries, 1999-2003 -- 6.1 Rates of 
       Emigration to the United States by Income, 1989-2000 -- 
       7.1 Rates of Agricultural Protection from Border Measures 
       and Direct Payments to Farmers, 2004 -- 8.1 Estimated 
       Prevalence of Undernourishment in the Developing World, 
       2001-03 -- 8.2 Estimated Annual Economic Costs of 
       Malnutrition in Selected Countries -- 9.1 Transmission 
       Routes of the SARS Virus in the 2003 Outbreak -- 9.2 Avian
       Flu Outbreaks in 2005 and Major Flyways of Migratory Birds
       -- 10.1 A Virtuous Cycle of Education and Development -- 
       10.2 Accounting for the Difference in the Gross Domestic 
       Product Growth Between Ghana and the Republic of Korea, 
       1960-2000 -- 11.1 Indicators of Malnutrition Among 
       Children Under Five in Selected Countries and Regions, 
       1980-2005 -- 12.1 Global Atmospheric Concentrations of 
       Major Greenhouse Gases -- 12.2 Geographic Distribution of 
       Projected Global Temperature Increases -- 12.3 Geographic 
       Distribution of Projected Global Precipitation Change -- 
       12.4 Projected Energy Use in Developing Countries, by 
       Source, 2000-30 -- 13.1 Energy Consumption and Economic 
       Growth -- 13.2 Energy Consumption and Human Development --
       13.3 Crude Oil Prices (Brent), 2002-05 -- 14.1 Deaths from
       Unsafe Water and Poor Sanitation and Hygiene, 2001 -- 14.2
       Incidence of Water-Related Disasters by Type, 1960-2004 --
       14.3 Composition of Water Use by Country Income, 2002 -- 
       14.4 Access of Urban and Rural Residents to Water Supply 
       and Sanitation, 1990 and 2002 -- 15.1 Growth of an 
       Ungoverned Open Access Fishery 
505 8  15.2 Production from Capture Fisheries and Aquaculture by 
       Developed and Developing Countries, and Food Fish Supply 
       per Capita, 1972-2004 -- 15.3 State of Exploitation of 
       Global Fish Stocks, 1974-2004 -- 15.4 World Aquaculture 
       Production by Type and Location, 1972-2004 -- 16.1 Forest 
       Area under Community Ownership or Community Administration
       Worldwide, 1985, 2001, and Projected 2015 -- 16.2 Main 
       Causes of Deforestation by World Region, 1990-2000 -- 16.3
       A Possible Global Forest Scenario for 2050 -- 17.1 Active 
       Conflicts by Type, 1946-2004 -- 17.2 GDP per Capita and 
       Estimated Risk of Conflict -- 18.1 Corruption Perceptions 
       Index for Selected Countries, 2005 -- 18.2 Illicit Income 
       Received by Iraq under the UN Oil-for-Food Programme -- 
       18.3 Key Constraints on Business as Reported by Firms, by 
       World Region -- 18.4 Sectors and Institutions Most 
       Affected by Corruption -- 18.5 Trust in Organizations and 
       Institutions, 2001-05 -- 19.1 The United Nations System --
       19.2 United Nations System Expenditure by Major Category, 
       2004-05 -- Tables -- 1.1 A List of Global Issues by 
       Thematic Area -- 2.1 People Living on Less Than a Dollar a
       Day, by Developing Region, 1981, 1990, and 2002 -- 3.1 
       Standards and Codes Relevant for the International 
       Financial Architecture -- 4.1 Composition of and Increase 
       in Net Official Development Assistance, 2001-04 -- 6.1 
       Economic Importance of Remittances by Developing Region 
       and in Selected Countries, 2003 -- 7.1 Product Composition
       of Merchandise Trade in Developing Countries -- 7.2 
       Average Applied Import Tariffs by Sector and Region, 2001 
       -- 7.3 Estimated Impact of Full Liberalization of Global 
       Merchandise Trade, by Country and Region, 2015 -- 7.4 
       Distribution of Estimated Welfare Effects of Full Trade 
       Liberalization, by Source and Product Group, 2015 
505 8  7.5 Effects of Comprehensive Doha Trade Reform on 
       Agricultural Output and Employment Growth, by Country and 
       Region, 2005-15 -- 8.1 Food Availability by World Region, 
       Selected Years -- 8.2 Key International Conventions and 
       Declarations Relating to Hunger and Food Security -- 9.1 
       Elements of an Effort to Deal with Infectious Diseases -- 
       11.1 Copenhagen Consensus Rankings of Development 
       Investments by Social Return -- 11.2 Benefit-Cost Ratios 
       for Selected Nutrition Programs -- 11.3 How Investing in 
       Nutrition is Critical to Achieving the MDGs -- 15.1 
       Selected Global Indicators on Large-Scale and Small-Scale 
       Fishing, 1980 -- 18.1 Personal Effect of Corruption on 
       Respondents, by Household Income -- Annex -- 18.1 
       Recommended Measures in the ADB/OECD Anticorruption Action
       Plan for Asia and the Pacific -- 19.1 Programs, Funds, and
       Other Organs of the United Nations System and Specialized 
       Agencies 
520    Written by 27 World Bank experts, this book draws on the 
       Bank's unique global capabilities and experience to 
       promote an understanding of key global issues that cannot 
       be solved by any one nation alone in an increasingly 
       interconnected world. It describes the forces that are 
       shaping public and private action to address these issues 
       and highlights the Bank's own work in these areas. 
       Covering four broad themes (global economy, global human 
       development, global environment, and global governance), 
       this comprehensive volume provides an introduction to 
       today's most pressing global issues -- from poverty, 
       conflict, and migration to climate change, international 
       trade, education, health, and corruption. With its 
       straightforward presentation of complex topics, use of 
       real world examples, and suggestions for further reading 
       on-line and in the literature, this unique volume will be 
       an invaluable resource for students in international 
       relations, global business, public policy, international 
       development studies, sociology as well as other interested
       readers 
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