Public External Financing of Development Banks in Developing Countries

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Selected Bibliography on Industrial Development Banking

INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT BANKING
Basch Antonin. Financing Economic Development. New York: The Mac- Millan Company, 1964.
Boskey Shirley. Problems and Practices of Development Banks. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins Press, for International Bank for Reconstruction and Development, 1959.
Central Treaty Organization (CENTO), Economic Committee. Conference on Industrial Development Banking Held in Murree, Pakistan, June 1961. Washington, D.C.: AID, 1961.
------. Report of Conference on Industrial Development Banking in Istanbul, Turkey, June 1962. Washington, D.C.: AID, 1962.
Checchi Vincent. "Development Banks," Organization, Planning, and Programming for Economic Development. Vol. VII, United States Papers Prepared for the United Nations Conference on the Application of Science and Technology for the Benefit of the Less Developed Areas. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1962.
Diamond William. Development Banks. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins Press, 1957.
Hanson A. H. Development Corporations, Yorkshire Bulletin for Economic and Social Research, XIII ( May 1961), 41-50.
International Finance Corporation. Private Development Finance Companies. Washington, D.C.: June 1964.
Nevin Edward. Capital Funds in Underdeveloped Countries: The Role of Financial Institutions. London: St. Martin's Press, 1961.
Nyhart J. D. Toward Professionalism in Development Banking. Cambridge: School of Industrial Management, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1964.

DESCRIPTIONS OF INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT BANKS
Batacan Deflin. "The Development Bank of the Philippines," Far Eastern Economic Review, XXVI ( March 26, 1959), 434-6.
Bennett Jack and Tennenbaum Edward A. INFOP: Guatemala's Development Institution. Washington, D.C.: The Continental Allied Company, Inc., 1959.
Corporacion de Fomento de la Produccion. "Corporacion de Fomento de la Produccion."" Santiago, Chile, 1962. (Mimeographed description.)

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