Social Capital, Technology Diffusion and Sustainable Growth in the Developing World

by David Robalino

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Table of Contents

  • Abstract PDF

  • Acknowledgments PDF

  • Chapter One

    General Overview PDF

  • Chapter Two

    Sustainable Development: Definitions, Measures and Determinants PDF

  • Chapter Three

    Technology Diffusion and Social Captial PDF

  • Chapter Four

    Policies to Promote Sustainable Development PDF

  • Chapter Five

    A Model of Technology Diffusion, Growth and the Environment PDF

  • Chapter Six

    Mitigation of Carbon Emissions and Sustainable Growth PDF

  • Chapter Seven

    Summary of Findings and Policy Recommendations PDF

  • Appendix PDF

  • References PDF

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