Kenya’s Fight against Corruption: An Uneven Path to Political Accountability
By John Githongo. Development Briefing Paper No. 2. March 15, 2007.
A Second Look at Microfinance: The Sequence of Growth and Credit in Economic History
By Thomas Dichter. Development Briefing Paper No. 1. February 15, 2007.
Economic Freedom and the Advantages of Backwardness
By Erich Weede. Economic Development Bulletin No. 9. January 31, 2007.
Corruption, Mismanagement, and Abuse of Power in Hugo Chávez’s Venezuela
By Gustavo Coronel. Development Policy Analysis No. 2. November 27, 2006.
The Rise of Populist Parties in Central Europe: Big Government, Corruption, and the Threat to Liberalism
By Marian L. Tupy. Development Policy Analysis No. 1. November 8, 2006.
Foreign Aid and the Weakening of Democratic Accountability in Uganda
By Andrew Mwenda. Foreign Policy Briefing No. 88. July 12, 2006.
The Path to Development: When Does the Legal Environment Become Critical?
By James D. Gwartney and Robert A. Lawson. Economic Development Bulletin No. 7. April 10, 2006.
The Economic Transformation of the Czech Republic: Challenges Faced and Lessons Learned
By Václav Klaus. Economic Development Bulletin No. 6. February 14, 2006.
Ending Financial Repression in China
By James A. Dorn. Economic Development Bulletin No. 5. January 26, 2006.
Private Education is Good for the Poor: A Study of Private Schools Serving the Poor in Low-Income Countries
By James Tooley and Pauline Dixon. White Paper. December 7, 2005.
Trade Liberalization and Poverty Reduction in Sub-Saharan Africa
By Marian L. Tupy. Policy Analysis No. 557. December 6, 2005.
How the Loss of Property Rights Caused Zimbabwe’s Collapse
By Craig J. Richardson. Economic Development Bulletin No. 4. November 14, 2005.
The Triumph of India’s Market Reforms: The Record of the 1980s and 1990s
By Arvind Panagariya. Policy Analysis No. 554. November 7, 2005.
How China Should Use Its Foreign Reserves: Enabling Privatization without Social Disorder
By Deepak Lal. Economic Development Bulletin No. 3. October 20, 2005.
African Perspectives on Aid: Foreign Assistance Will Not Pull Africa Out of Poverty
By Thompson Ayodele, Franklin Cudjoe, Temba A. Nolutshungu & Charles K. Sunwabe. Economic Development Bulletin No. 2. September 14, 2005.
Time to Stop Fooling Ourselves about Foreign Aid: A Practitioner’s View
By Thomas Dichter. Foreign Policy Briefing No. 86. September 12, 2005.
Africa’s Development Challenge: From Predatory to Accountable Government
By Robert Guest. Economic Development Bulletin No. 1. June 30, 2005.
Underdevelopment in Sub-Saharan Africa: The Role of the Private Sector and Political Elites
By Moeletsi Mbeki. Foreign Policy Briefing No. 85. April 15, 2005.
Reauthorize or Retire the Overseas Private Investment Corporation?
By Ian Vásquez and John Welborn. Foreign Policy Briefing No. 78. September 15, 2003.
Property Rights: The Key to Economic Development
By Gerald P. O’Driscoll Jr. and W. Lee Hoskins. Policy Analysis No. 482. August 7, 2003.
Retirement Finance Reform Issues Facing the European Union
By William G. Shipman. Social Security Choice Paper No. 28. January 2, 2003.
International Banking Regulation: Where’s the Market Discipline in Basel II?
By L. Jacobo Rodríguez. Policy Analysis No. 455. October 15, 2002.
The Globalization of Human Well-Being
By Indur M. Goklany. Policy Analysis No. 447. August 22, 2002.
The Greatest Century That Ever Was: 25 Miraculous Trends of the Past 100 Years
By Stephen Moore and Julian L. Simon. Policy Analysis No. 364. December 15, 1999.
Sweden: From Capitalist Success to Welfare-State Sclerosis
By Peter Stein. Policy Analysis No. 160. September 10, 1991.