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Towards a More Coherent, Integrated View of Financing Sustainable Development 1| Supporting more holistic national policy making in the Financing of Development 2| Financing for Development and the SDGs: An analysis of financial flows, systemic issues and interlinkages

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Conference: Conference: Third Retreat of the Group of Friends of Monterrey, 19-20 March 2018, At Oaxaca, Mexico
Barry Herman at The New School
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Assesses the current state of national and international planning for sustainable economic, social and environmental development, including new analytical tools for better national planning and recommends further developing and expanding use of specific approaches. Paper prepared for GIZ, which supports the work of the German Ministry of Development (BMZ).
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Figure 1: Ten largest national development banks in the world economy xiv 
Ten largest national development banks in the world economy xiv
Figure 3: Institutional investor assets by country income group, 2000-11 xxvi 
Institutional investor assets by country income group, 2000-11 xxvi
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