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《世界银行经济评论》是一本专业期刊,旨在传播与发展领域以及与世界银行谋求发展权利普遍相关的发展经济学研究成果。本书寻求在定量发展政策分析领域提供最新的和最好的研究,着重于政策的相关性和经济学的应用方面,而不是纯理论和方法论的研究。
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  • 编委会
  • 文前辅文
  • 微型金融业务模式:持久补助和适度利润
    1. 一 方法和数据
    2. 二 平均贷款规模、成本和利率
    3. 三 盈利能力
    4. 四 补贴
    5. 五 讨论
    6. 六 结论
  • 进口禁令对贫困的短期影响:基于尼日利亚的研究(2008~2012年)
    1. 一 文献综述
    2. 二 数据
    3. 三 实证方法
    4. 四 结果
    5. 五 结论
    6. 附件
  • 地缘政治、对外援助和经济增长:联合国安理会成员国对援助实效性的影响
    1. 一 政治动机援助理论
    2. 二 数据和方法
    3. 三 研究结果
    4. 四 结论
  • 大型商业农场环境中生产力和结构变化的决定因素:来自乌克兰的证据
    1. 一 简介
    2. 二 动机、数据和分析问题
    3. 三 探究农场规模与生产力之间的关系
    4. 四 初始土地分配是否会影响后续发展
    5. 五 结论和政策含义
  • 职业选择与大学性别差距的演变
    1. 一 自然实验和数据
    2. 二 计量经济学方法和结果
    3. 三 结束语
    4. 附件
  • 铁路、贸易和交易成本:马拉维国内铁路贸易如何影响农产品的市场价格
    1. 一 简介
    2. 二 马拉维经济,铁路运输和国内农产品贸易
    3. 三 测量铁路服务对市场价格离散性的影响
    4. 四 估计值与讨论
    5. 五 结论
    6. 附件
  • 哪些人从布隆迪复员计划中受益
    1. 一 布隆迪DDR项目的背景
    2. 二 理论框架
    3. 三 实证分析
    4. 四 结果
    5. 五 讨论
    6. 六 结论
  • 何种类型的金融对经济增长具有重要作用:贝叶斯模型平均法证据
    1. 一 关于金融和经济增长的实证文献
    2. 二 数据
    3. 三 贝叶斯模型平均法
    4. 四 结果
    5. 五 结论
    6. 附件
  • 付款即能留存:农业综合企业是否能够将疟疾控制的益处内化
    1. 一 背景
    2. 二 研究设计
    3. 三 实验结果
    4. 四 讨论
    5. 五 结论
    6. 附件
  • 埃及最高收入人群以及对埃及国内收入不平等的衡量
    1. 一 模型
    2. 二 数据
    3. 三 结果
    4. 四 讨论
    5. 附件
  • 环境冲击与小额信贷可持续性:来自爱尔兰大饥荒的证据
    1. 一 历史背景
    2. 二 概念框架
    3. 三 数据结构
    4. 四 实证框架
    5. 五 结果
    6. 六 结论
    7. 附件
  • 在海地农村维护水井时,何为公平效率平衡
    1. 一 水基础设施:维护和取用
    2. 二 决策中公平与效率的问题
    3. 三 海地外联基于社区的模式
    4. 四 数据
    5. 五 确定和决策问题
    6. 六 对干预措施进行量化比较
    7. 七 结论
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