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Autoevaluación de la Calidad Educativa en Escuelas Secundarias / UNICEF-CEADEL 2013
 

IACE-Secundaria. Un camino para mejorar la Calidad Educativa en escuelas secundarias
Entrado el siglo XXI, ya no existen dudas acerca del rol vital que el derecho a la educación asume en la vida presente y futura de los adolescentes. Sin...


The Asian economy is expected to realise favourable growth during the first half of this century, but there is no guarantee. There is a discussion about a 'middle-income trap', which refers to a country that has realised rapid growth to become a middle-income country but is unable to grow further. A middle-income trap...

The Asian economy is expected to realise favourable growth during the first half of this century, but there is no guarantee. There is a discussion about a 'middle-income trap', which refers to a country that has realised rapid growth to become a middle-income country but is unable to grow further. A middle-income trap...

The loss of competitiveness because of elevated energy costs is concentrated in a limited number of sectors. The cost of subsidising energy-intensive companies might be greater than the benefits.

Energy competitiveness is in the spotlight. In February 2014, the European Council will discuss the impact of energy costs on the 'EUs...

Bureaucratic pluralism and the transformation of development cooperation

What uses more electricity: Liberia or Cowboys Stadium on game day? This question was the theme of a Wall Street journal blog prompted by President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf’s declaration that Cowboys Stadium uses more electricity than the total installed capacity of her country, Liberia.

In Defense of World GovernmentWASHINGTON, DC – Unlike in the past, there probably will not be large protests at the upcoming Annual Meetings of the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank, or at the subsequent World Trade Organization meeting of trade ministers in Bali. But that is not because these international institutions are perceived as effective and legitimate. It is because, compared to a decade ago, they are seen as too small and impotent in the face of larger market forces to bother about.

Global growth is still in low gear and its drivers are shifting, says the IMF's latest WEO report, which forecasts global growth to average 2.9 percent in 2013 ”below the 3.2 percent recorded in 2012"

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