Financing Change

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Financing Change

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First Sentence This book addresses a burning question that almost no one seems to be asking: Are the workings of the world's financial markets-stocks, bonds, debt, currency instruments-and the financial community a force for sustainable human progress, or are they an impediment against it?
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Isbn10 0262692074
Isbn13 9780262692076
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Number Of Pages 240
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Physical Dimensions 9 x 6 x 0.6 inches
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Publish Date February 6, 1998
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Publishers The MIT Press
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Subjects Banking
Development economics
International economics
Sustainability
Economic Development
Environmental Economics
Business & Economics
Business / Economics / Finance
Business/Economics
Banks & Banking
Finance
Management - General
Business & Economics / Management
Development - Economic Development
Subtitle The Financial Community, Eco-efficiency, and Sustainable Development
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Financing Change
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Authors Stephan Schmidheiny
Federico J. Zorraquin
World Business Council for Sustainable Development
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Categories Business & Economics
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Description Largely descriptive rather than prescriptive, Financing Change is the first study toexamine questions that will become increasingly important as populations burgeon and the developingcountries enter financial markets.
Language en
Maturity Rating NOT_MATURE
Page Count 211
Print Type BOOK
Published Date 1998
Publisher MIT Press
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Subtitle The Financial Community, Eco-Efficiency, and Sustainable Development
Title Financing Change
ISBN_100262692074
ISBN_139780262692076

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