Design for Majority

A. ICSID
1.Nathan Shapira ICSID (Binder 41)
2. ICSID Design for Developing Countries (Binder 42)

B. University of Nairobi
1. Nairobi Table of Contents (Binder 5)

C. UCLA (Design for low-income/Developing)
1. N. H. Shapira Design for Low-Income Economies (Binder 8)

D. Other
1. Nairobi Table of Contents (Binder 5)

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One thought on “Design for Majority

  1. Sweet. Just to keep perspective, there are svreeal amusing articles somewhere in the journalism-sphere that describe how US companies use ambiguous line-items to account for bribes. The most recent one I saw was used by a company operating in Italy. Ha, so much for EU transparency.

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