The latest issue of the quarterly World Bank Research Digest  includes a summary of past World Bank research papers that provide lessons relevant to the present situation; new papers written since September 2008; and projections for future economic growth across the world’s developing regions. New research covered in this issue attempts to answer broad questions such as the nature of fiscal responses that developing countries should make to the crisis and the implications of the meltdown for banking regulation. Other articles examine the types of measures that might help bail out the world’s poorest people, and whether the trade agenda should be broadened beyond the scope of the current Doha Round.
(via World Bank Research newsletter)
- Advances in Development Economics