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23 Sep 2011
Macroeconomic Policy Frameworks of Small States :
A Case Study of Malta
Gérard Adonis, Pages:: 58
Malta’s socio-economic successes have been remarkable. Key policy decisions have enabled this small island state to cope with its inherent vulnerabilities. This book reviews the implementation of macroeconomic policies in Malta, identifying the key...
01 June 2009
Maintaining Universal Primary Education :
Lessons from Commonwealth Africa
Commonwealth Secretariat, Pages:: 154
Every country that has worked towards, and then attained, universal primary education has celebrated that achievement as a great step forward. Maintaining universal primary education, once achieved, offers new challenges, examined in this book....
01 Jan 2003
Making Democracy Work for Pro-poor Development :
Report of the Commonwealth Expert Group on Development and Democracy
Commonwealth Science Council, Pages:: 108
This report focuses on how to make democracy work for pro-poor development and on development policies that in themselves uphold and promote democratic values. It argues that development and democracy are not only goals in their own right, but must...
01 Jan 1991
Making Small Practical :
The Organisation and Management of Ministries of Education in Small States
Mark Bray, Pages:: 128
How should one organise a ministry of education which has only a small group of professional staff? Officers must become multifunctional; but what tasks should be grouped together, and how? What styles of management are needed for the highly...
15 Nov 2011
Making Trade in Services Supportive of Development in Commonwealth Small and Lowincome Countries
Patrick Macrory, Sherry Stephenson, Pages:: 90
This Economic Paper assesses new innovative measures in trade in service negotiations that reflect the vulnerabilities and challenges faced by developing countries. It outlines the approaches that can help small and lowincome countries employ the...
22 Oct 2014
Malawi Tripartite Elections, 20 May 2014
Commonwealth Observer Group, Pages:: 36
The report of the Commonwealth Observer Group for Malawi tripartite elections held on 20 May 2014. The mission was chaired by Lt Gen Mompati Sebogodi Merafhe, former Vice-President of Botswana and was comprised of 11 members in total. These were the ...
15 July 2014
Maldives People's Majlis Election, 22 March 2014
Commonwealth Observer Group, Pages:: 48
The report of the Commonwealth Observer Group for Maldives parliamentary election held on 22 March 2014. The Group was chaired by Bruce Golding, the former Prime Minister of Jamaica, and was comprised of 7 members in total. The Commonwealth Observer ...
24 Feb 2014
Maldives Presidential Election, Re-Run and Run-off, 7 September, 9 November and 16 November 2013
Commonwealth Observer Group, Pages:: 82
The report of the Commonwealth Observer Group for Maldives’s presidential election held on 7 September, the re-run election held on 9 November, and the run-off election held on 16 November 2013. The Group was chaired by Dr Lawrence Gonzi, former ...
01 Jan 1999
Managing Change :
The Evolving Role of Top Public Servants
Peter E. Larson, Amanda Coe, Pages:: 48
Recent reforms have put tremendous new demands on the people at the top of the public service. Almost everywhere the emphasis is on doing "more, and better, with less". This study is an inquiry into how permanent secretaries around the Commonwealth...
01 May 2006
Managing Change in Local Governance
Commonwealth Secretariat, Pages:: 166
Decentralisation has become an integral part of local government reform programmes in recent years. But how to put these changes into effect? This book explores the reasons for making these changes, and applies recent thinking in change management to...
01 Jan 2003
Managing Curriculum in South African Schools
Commonwealth Secretariat, Pages:: 208
"All South Africans must now unite and join hands and say we are one country, one nation, one people, marching together into the future." Nelson Mandela The introduction of Curriculum 2005 and Outcomes Based Education mark both a sea change in the ...
01 July 2005
Managing Finance and External Relations in South African Schools
Commonwealth Secretariat, Pages:: 200
The central purpose of this book is to consider the concepts and principles of the important areas of educational leadership signalled by Nelson Mandela. The aim is to develop improved understanding and practice of the management of external ...
01 Jan 2013
Managing Fiscal Adjustment Costs of Regional Trading Arrangements :
The Case of Small Island Pacific States
Andreas Lendle, Pages:: 4
Commonwealth Trade Hot Topics
The fourteen island member states of the Pacific Islands Forum are some of the smallest and geographically most isolated countries in the world. Despite their small size, limited negotiating capacity and miniscule share of world trade, they are...
01 July 2003
Managing Human Resources in South African Schools
Commonwealth Secretariat, Pages:: 234
"All South Africans must now unite and join hands and say we are one country, one nation, one people, marching together into the future." Nelson Mandela This book is underpinned by the philosophy that effective management of all staff in schools is ...
01 Jan 2002
Managing Resources for Development
John Vereker, Pages:: 24
In all Commonwealth countries, the public are demanding higher quality, more reliable and more costeffective delivery of basic public services such as health and education. These demands call on finance ministries to increase the resources channelled...
01 Jan 1987
Commonwealth Science Council, Pages:: 159
Mango is a tropical crop whose economic utilisation could be greatly improved. This fruit represents a great proportion of the agricultural production of many developing countries and is in increasing demand in western countries. The development of a...
01 Feb 2010
Manoeuvring at the Margins :
Constraints Faced by Small States in International Trade Negotiations
Emily Jones, Carolyn Deere-Birkbeck, Ngaire Woods, Pages:: 120
Of enduring concern for small states are the numerous constraints they face in international trade negotiations. This study provides evidence that small states can still have an important influence over the outcomes of negotiations if they...
01 Jan 2004
Marginalisation of LDCs and Small Vulnerable States in World Trade
Bijit Bora, Mohammad A. Razzaque, Roman Grynberg, Pages:: 114
There are indisputable concerns over the ineffective participation of LeastDeveloped Countries (LDCs) and Small Vulnerable Economies (SVEs) in the process of global integration, and their failure to derive benefits from the ongoing process of trade...
30 Sep 2016
Marine Renewable Energy :
Commonwealth Blue Economy Series, No. 4
Lucy Greenhill, John Day, Michele Stanley, Pages:: 62
This fourth volume in the series explores the potential for the development of the blue economy by providing a high-level review of actions needed to progress marine renewable energy generation in SIDS. Renewable energy is a key component of enabling...
01 Jan 1976
Materials for Learning and Teaching :
Report of the Commonwealth Conference held at Wellington, New Zealand, 22nd September – 3 October 1975
Commonwealth Secretariat, Pages:: 126
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