Author: Jeremy J. Warford,Wilfrido Cruz,Kazuhiko Takemoto
Publisher: World Bank Publications (August 5, 1998)
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Author Cruz, Wilfrido; Takemoto, Kazuhiko; Warford, Jeremy ; Cruz, Wilfrido Takemoto . Region East Asia and Pacific; Disclosure Date 2010/07/01.
Author Cruz, Wilfrido; Takemoto, Kazuhiko; Warford, Jeremy ; Cruz, Wilfrido Takemoto, Kazuhiko Warford, Jeremy ; Document Date 1998/07/31. pollution control;small and medium enterprise finance;small and medium-scale enterprise;Small and Medium Scale Enterprise;Standard Product;Environmental Policy;emission.
Drawing upon views expressed by Japanese and participants from other East Asian countries in an international workshop, the book identifies the main areas in which developing countries may profit from the Japanese example. A series of sections, prepared by Japanese experts, cover a number of key issues: integration of environmental concerns into the policies of sectors such as energy and transportation; governmental decentralization; the role of industry; public participation and awareness; and environmental education.
The report also contains a series of short essays by Japanese experts on Japan's environmental management history, recent trends in Japanese environmental indicators, and summaries of key themes that emerged during the workshop.
The Japanese apply different principles and have developed different . This, every experienced . Even more important as a lesson to be learned from the Japanese is the need to shape benefits to the wants of specific major employee groups.
The Japanese apply different principles and have developed different approaches and policies to tackle each of these problems. These policies, while not the key to the Japanese economic miracle, are certainly major factors in the astonishing rise of Japan in the last 100 years, and especially in Japan’s economic growth and performance in the last 20 years. manager will say with a shudder, is not for us, however well it might work for the Japanese.
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The papers for this publication were prepared for a training seminar jointly sponsored by the Economic Development Institute (EDI) of the World Bank and the Foundation for Advanced Studies i. More). Economic policies for forest resources management. Creating Campus Community: Institutional Responses to Lack of Cultural Competencies. Sherwood E. Smith, Sarah Conant Martin, Jacob L. Diaz, Wilfrido Cruz.
tion for adva (Edi Learning Resources Series). Wilfrido Cruz, Kazuhiko Takemoto, Jeremy Warford, Economic Development Institute, Kokusai Kaihatsu Kodokyoiku Kiko.
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This book, although pointing to the experience of private education in developing countries is primarily aimed at.The focus on the most efficient use of resources also allows for staff development without any cost for staff and students alike.
It sets out clearly and categorically the case for the private provision of education in whatever sector that one chooses to select and shows clearly and consistently how high quality education can be provided without the dead hand of the state forcing conformity, uniformity and bureaurcracy upon schools and universities.