The May, 2010, edition of the Outpost Exchange magazine.
Uploaded by exchange on 04/27/2010
Digital publication details: 60 pages.
The June, 2010, edition of the Exchange Magazine, published by Outpost Natural Foods Cooperative.
Uploaded by exchange on 05/31/2010
Digital publication details: 56 pages.
Report from a regional exchange where 25 representatives from the Coral Triangle Countries - Indonesia, Malaysia, Papua New Guinea, Philippines, Solomon Islands and Timor Leste - met in Ancol, Indonesia on Oct 21-23, 2010 to prepare a region-wide Early Action Plan that addresses the region’s immediate climate change adaptation needs.
Uploaded by coraltriangleinitiative on 10/21/2010
Digital publication details: 51 pages.
Report from a regional excange held on September 20-23, 2011 in Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia where representatives from the six member countries of the Coral Triangle Initiative met to develop a regional framework for managing their fisheries in a more sustainable manner. This framework will target rampant overfishing and destructive fishing practices in the Coral Triangle, and provide a way to harmonize national actions for the sustainable management of a multi-billion dollar fisheries industry that provides livelihoods and food for millions of people in the region and around the world. In addition, a consultative body is planned on the live reef food fish trade that will include the private sector, governments and other stakeholders.
Uploaded by coraltriangleinitiative on 09/21/2011
Digital publication details: 150 pages.
Edited by Roger Gough. This collection of essays is based on the premise that those born between 1980 and 1995 are an ‘unlucky generation’. Paying off student debts, struggling to get on to the housing ladder, and difficulty finding money to put aside for a comfortable retirement, are just some of the pressures that ‘Maggie’s children’ face as they plan for an uncertain future. Continuing family breakdown suggests that increasing numbers of them will live alone in old age. Using demographic projections to map key public policy challenges UK society faces over the next 50 years, Policy Exchange – together with charity Age Concern – has commissioned MPs, academics and business figures to consider the policy tools needed for younger generations to be able to approach later life with confidence.
Uploaded by policyexchange on 09/30/2006
Digital publication details: 145 pages.
By Professor Dieter Helm. Credible Energy Policy sets out why current energy policy is no longer fit for purpose, and provides a comprehensive overview of what is now required to address our ambitious climate change objectives, whilst maintaining security of supply. Professor Helm examines the precarious position of our global gas supplies and draw out the implications for Britain in strategic gas storage, generation capacity and networks. It will also propose how government should set the overarching energy policy framework and explain why existing energy policy institutions need reform, and in particularly why Ofgem should be rolled up into an integrated single energy agency, charged with delivery.
Uploaded by policyexchange on 12/09/2008
Digital publication details: 66 pages.
By Tim Leunig & James Swaffield Edited by Dr. Oliver Marc Hartwich. British towns and cities in receipt of substantial urban policy funding designed to bring them up to the economic standard nationally are, in fact, declining when judged by a whole range of indices. That is the worrying conclusion of Cities Limited, a report by Policy Exchange, the UK’s leading centre-right think tank, which calls into question the value of the plethora of urban regeneration schemes delivered by a myriad of different agencies. Spending on the 14 core urban regeneration schemes in the last decade totals £30bn of public money.
Uploaded by policyexchange on 11/06/2007
Digital publication details: 55 pages.
• Why have only 13 developing world economies achieved sustained, high growth since World War II? • Why is engagement with the global economy necessary to achieve high growth? • Why do some countries' growth strategies fail to win the public's confidence? • Why are equity and equality of opportunity important components of successful growth strategies? • Why do many countries, blessed with natural resource wealth, not achieve high growth?
Uploaded by world.bank.publications on 04/28/2009
Digital publication details: 198 pages.
This book analyzes the political economy of exchange rate policy in Latin America. It brings together the work of economists and political scientists interested in the interaction of economic and political factors in the development of exchange rate policy.
Uploaded by idb_publications on 12/31/2000
Digital publication details: 288 pages.
Mitchell's Musings for week of 12-31-2012 and paper for presentation at Labor and Employment Relations Association (LERA) meetings in San Diego, January 4, 2013,
Uploaded by danieljbmitchell on 12/25/2012
Digital publication details: 11 pages.