Publications

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Working paper series

Latest available figures indicate that close to 40 per cent of the world’s population suffering from hunger and malnutrition belongs to South Asia. Remarkable strides towards enhancing food production in the recent decades in the region seem to have limited impact on undernourishment that remains pervasive. While recognizing the multidimensionality and complexity of reasons behind persistent poverty and hunger in the region, this study identifies freer intraregional trade in food products as a partial but effective solution which can contribute to substantially enhance food security.

 
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Journals

1989

Volume 4 No. 1
Volume 4 No. 2
Volume 4 No. 3
Volume 4 No. 4

 
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Journals

2006

Volume 21 No. 1
Volume 21 No. 2
Volume 21 No. 3
Volume 21 Special Issue

 
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Journals

1987

Volume 2 No. 1
Volume 2 No. 2
Volume 2 No. 3
Volume 2 No. 4

 
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Journals

2005

Volume 20 No. 1
Volume 20 No. 2
Volume 20 No. 3

 
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Journals

1988

Volume 3 No. 1
Volume 3 No. 2
Volume 3 No. 3
Volume 3 No. 4

 
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Journals

2004

Volume 19 No. 1
Volume 19 No. 2
Volume 19 No. 3
Volume 19 No. 4

 
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Journals

1986

Volume 1 No. 1
Volume 1 No. 2
Volume 1 No. 3
Volume 1 No. 4

 
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Journals

2002

Volume 17 No. 1
Volume 17 No. 2
Volume 17 No. 3
Volume 17 No. 4

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Books

This handbook serves three purposes, namely: i) to identify best practices in responsible and sustainable banking and finances; ii) to raise awareness and undertake policy advocacy in the area of responsible banking and finance; and iii) to serve as a tool for undertaking capacity development through training and other pertinent programmes. The approach taken to producing this handbook has been to highlight three aspects, namely: i) corporate governance; ii) corporate social responsibility; and iii) corporate sustainability, as they pertain to banks and financial institutions.

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