Dennis Anderson

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  • Dina L Umali, Lisa Schwartz, Jean-Louis Lamboray, A Edward Elmendorf, Aubrey C Williams, Andrew Spurling +27 others
  • 2000
Discussion Papers present results of country analysis or research that are circulated to encourage discussion and comment within the development community. To present these results with the least possible delay, the typescript of this paper has not been prepared in accordance with the procedures appropriate to formal printed texts, and the World Bank(More)
The absence of reliable access to clean energy and the services it provides imposes a large disease burden on low-income populations and impedes prospects for development. Furthermore, current patterns of fossil-fuel use cause substantial ill-health from air pollution and occupational hazards. Impending climate change, mainly driven by energy use, now also(More)
de Walle and many members of the CSAE for comments. All errors are my own. Abstract: This paper integrates North's institutional framework with the notion of institutions in the augmented Solow growth model, to clarify the direct and indirect channels by which institutions influence growth. Four ways to extend the Solow model in order to incorporate a rôle(More)
Web Services continues to be an important area of adoption by business firms. This study analyzes the critical factors that contribute to an effective Web Services strategy. Focused on an analysis of key firms in the financial services sector, the study examines in a best practices survey, confirmatory detailed case studies and statistical interpretation(More)
Colorado State University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer and complies with all federal and Colorado laws, regulations, and executive orders regarding affirmative action requirements in all programs. The Office of Equal Opportunity and Diversity is located in 101 Student Services. To assist Colorado State University in meeting its(More)
Total energy consumption in developing countries is expected to soar over the nex t few decades. But this does not necessarily bode ill for the environment. Te ch n o l o g i c a l a d v ances are making it p o s s i b le to reduce pollution c o n s i d e r abl y, even as energy use incre a s e s. EVELOPING countries will soon be the world's largest markets(More)