|Title:||Building Institutions for Markets|
|Authors:||The World Bank|
|Publisher:||Oxford University Press|
|Description:||The Report emphasizes the importance of historical context: where countries are today affects where they can go. It also takes a pragmatic approach to institution building, focusing on what can be done practically rather than on what should be done in an ideal world. Social and political factors affect the pace of change, and sweeping reforms are not always possible. It is important to work on the areas where opportunities present themselves; each step can take countries forward—if correctly designed. And smaller reforms can build constituencies for larger ones.|
|Appears in Collections:||Social Work|
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