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Meeting the Institutional Challenges of the Millennium Development Goals

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Aleksandr Shkolnikov and John D. Sullivan suggest the ways countries could meet their Millennium Development Goal (MDG) commitments with a focus on the strategies and tactics that would allow countries to reduce poverty and human underdevelopment for decades. They argue that this path needs to go through the private sector – especially local business communities. They suggest that small businesses that make up the private sector should be regarded as engines, rather than recipients, of MDG reforms.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 2010-03-01

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