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by Raymond F. Mikesell,Lawrence F. Williams

Author: Raymond F. Mikesell,Lawrence F. Williams
Subcategory: Economics
Language: English
Publisher: Random House, Inc.; 1st Edition edition (March 24, 1992)
Pages: 302 pages
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Economic Development and the Environment: A Comparison of Sustainable Development with . Raymond F. Mikesell, Lawrence F. Williams," Economic Development and Cultural Change 44, no. 1 (Oc. 1995): 216-218.

Economic Development and the Environment: A Comparison of Sustainable Development with Conventional Development Economics. International Banks and the Environment: From Growth to Sustainability: An Unfinished Agenda. Williams.

Raymond Mikesell and Lawrence Williams argue that even though development banks have made some commendable progress-especially in the past several years-there is still much left to be done. It is imperative that MDB's learn to fund irrigation projects that increase agricultural output without damaging the soil or polluting waterways, and support forest projects that will use resources productively without destroying ecosystems or indigenous cultures. Multilateral banks can improve their performance-and the public can press them toward reform-by learning from both the satisfactory and.

Mikesell, Raymond . and Lawrence Williams, 1992, The International Banks and the Environment, San Francisco: Sierra Books. 1998, The IMF and the Asian flu, The American Prospect, March/April, pp. 16–21. Cite this chapter as: Mikesell . 2000) Statement on the Future of Official International Organizations. eds) Global Financial Crises. Springer, Boston, MA.

International Banks and the Environment. by Raymond F Mikesell, Robert A Kilmarx, Arvin Kramish. ISBN 9780871566409 (978-0-87156-64) Hardcover, Random House, In. 1992. Find signed collectible books: 'International Banks and the Environment'. Coauthors & Alternates.

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International Banks and the Environment by Raymond F. Mikesell, Larry Williams, Lawrence F. Williams, Raymond F. Mikespell Hardcover, 302 Pages, Published 1992 by Random House, Inc. ISBN-13: 978-0-87156-64, ISBN: 0-87156-640-0.

This book was financed in large part by a grant from the Ford Foundation to. .Eugene November 1965.

This book was financed in large part by a grant from the Ford Foundation to the Institute of International Studies and Overseas Administration, University of Oregon. Over 14 million journal, magazine, and newspaper articles.

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Raymond F. Mikesell deals with sources of conflict between private foreign investors and the governments of developing countries. He concludes that government ownership and control will expand and that foreign investors are most likely to become sellers of their special services rather than remain investors who act freely for the benefit of parent companies.

Raymond Frech Mikesell (1913 – September 12, 2006) was an economics professor at the University of Oregon and was believed to be the last surviving economist from the Bretton Woods conference. Mikesell was born in Eaton, Ohio. He received a bachelor's degree from Ohio State University (OSU) and, in 1939, received a doctorate in economics from OSU. From 1937 to 1941, he was Assistant Professor at the University of Washington.

An analysis of how Multilateral Development Banks influence Third-World environmental policies and practices critiques their performance to date and offers guidelines for change.