Main sources of finance for development: retrospective view on the evolution of pre-crisis ideas
AbstractThe paper provides the overview of the ideas on the sources of finance for development which were widely discussed by international community before the crisis in order to achieve the Millennium Development Goals. This set of ideas remains the starting point for further discussion on the issue and political action in the post-crisis world.
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Development; finance; Millenium Development Goals;
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