In this publication, 21 authors including business executives and civil-society activists from developing and developed countries, address the question of how to boost the financing of development. Issues discussed include: micro credit and large-scale project finance; gender and poverty; bridging the digital divide; local and global environments for investment; domestic and international taxation; trade expansion; debt relief; official development assistance; and reform of the United Nations.
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