World Development Report - Previous Reports 1978-2007

Previous Reports 1978-2007

The World Development Report began as a series of annual publications in the year 1978 with its first report titled "Prospects for Growth and Alleviation of Poverty." Since then, it has focused each year on a particular theme that is central to development and the reports present a detailed study of the relevant sectors, applications and toolkits developed. The reports and their titles are as follows:
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2007 Development and the Next Generation

2006 Equity and Development

2005 A Better Investment Climate for Everyone

2004 Making Services Work for Poor People

2003 Sustainable Development in a Dynamic World

2002 Building Institutions for Markets

2000-01 Attacking Poverty

1999-00 Entering the 21st Century

1998-99 Knowledge for Development

1997 The State in a Changing World

1996 From Plan to Market

1995 Workers in an Integrating World

1994 Infrastructure for Development

1993 Investing in Health

1992 Development and the Environment

1991 The Challenge of Development

1990 Poverty

1989 Financial Systems and Development

1988 Public Finance in Development

1987 Industrialization and Foreign Trade

1986 Trade and Pricing Policies in World Agriculture

1985 International Capital and Economic Development

1984 Population Change and Development

1983 Management in Development

1982 Agriculture and Economic Development

1981 National and International Adjustment

1980 Poverty and Human Development

1979 Structural Change and Development Policy

1978 Prospects for Growth and Alleviation of Poverty

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