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Institute for Development Policy and Management (IDPM), University of Manchester, UK.
(2009a), "New Perspectives on Realism, Tractability, and Complexity in Economics", IDPM Working Paper 28, University of Manchester.
(3) Source: eGovernment for Development, Basic Definitions Pag, Richard Heeks, IDPM, University of Manchester, UK, 2004--, June 2006
All reports are to be published on the web (, and the Commission will hold meetings open to public scrutiny where each report may be considered against the background of the consultations with the stakeholders, as well as other meetings to promoted input from selected parties.
Matin, Imram; Hulme, David; and Rutherford, Stuart, Financial Services for the Poor and the Poorest: Deepening Understanding to Improve Provision, IDPM, University of Manchester, Oct.
At a recent chief executives conference in November 1996, organized by the professional body IDPM (Institute for the Management of Information Systems) and sponsored by SAP(UK), the world leader in the market for client/server software applications, a series of presentations was given by a selection of experts to ascertain how real the year 2000 problem is and what the size of it might be.
Paper for Centre for Regulation and Competition International Workshop, 4-6 September 2002, IDPM, University of Manchester.
[28.] Smith, P.J., (2008), "New Perspectives on Realism, Tractability, and Complexity in Economics", IDPM Working Paper, Institute for Development Policy and Management, University of Manchester, p.
The study, written by Colin Kirkpatrick and Norman Lee of the University's Institute for Development Policy and Management (IDPM), could become a crucial reference guide for officials as they gear up for a new Round of global trade negotiations.The so-called Sustainability Impact Assessment (SIA) - written with the help of the University's Environmental Impact Assessment Centre (EIAC) and Nottingham University's Centre for Research and Economic Development and International Trade (CREDIT) - is particularly timely as Commission officials are due to fly to Seattle within days for the all-important Ministerial meeting of the World Trade Organisation, the Geneva-based body which sets global trade rules.