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  1. Library Resource
    March, 2013

    Land policy, administration and
    management are areas of strong client demand for technical
    advice and operational support. This review sought to help
    the Bank better position itself to present coherent advice
    on policy, institutional arrangements and practice. The
    potential implications are a lowering of reputational risk
    to the Bank; greater efficiency in the process including
    joint data gathering; and building of greater momentum and

  2. Library Resource
    August, 2014

    The main objective of the Egypt Public
    Land Management Strategy is to provide the Government of
    Egypt (GOE) with practical and politically feasible policy
    recommendations to reform existing public land management
    policies and practices in the aim of improving the business
    climate in Egypt. This study is presented in two volumes:
    Volume one with the main policy note, supported by Volume
    two with background notes on access to public land by

  3. Library Resource
    December, 2014

    Evidence is mounting that secure
    property rights have positive effects for poor people in
    general and women in particular. The aim of this report is
    to review what is known about women s access to and control
    over land and real property in urban settings, identifying
    approaches to strengthening property rights that enhance
    women s agency, and sharing key lessons. Section two
    synthesizes the evidence on urban women s priorities with

  4. Library Resource
    June, 2014

    Cities emerge from the spatial
    concentration of people and economic activities. But spatial
    concentration is not enough; the economic viability of
    cities depends on people, ideas, and goods to move rapidly
    across the urban area. This constant movement within dense
    cities creates wealth but also various degrees of
    unpleasantness and misery that economists call negative
    externalities, such as congestion, pollution, and

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