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Drawing on the Fund’s analytical and capacity development work, including Public Investment Management Assessments (PIMAs) carried out in more than 60 countries, the new book Well Spent: How Strong Infrastructure Governance Can End Waste in Public Investment will address how countries can attain quality infrastructure outcomes through better infrastructure governance—an issue becoming increasingly important in the context of the Great Lockdown and its economic consequences. It covers critical issues such as infrastructure investment and Sustainable Development Goals, controlling corruption, managing fiscal risks, integrating planning and budgeting, and identifying best practices in project appraisal and selection. It also covers emerging areas in infrastructure governance, such as maintaining and managing public infrastructure assets and building resilience against climate change.

Ms. Sharmini Coorey and Mr. Bernardin Akitoby

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En dépit de ses vastes richesses pétrolières, l'Afrique centrale se débat encore pour promouvoir une croissance robuste et solidaire, ou pour offrir suffisamment de perspectives d'emploi à sa population, en particulier aux jeunes. S'appuyant sur de nouveaux travaux, cet ouvrage explique les défis macroéconomiques que doit relever la région, examine la gestion de la richesse pétrolière et ses répercussions pour la réduction de la pauvreté et présente quatre études de cas représentatives des enseignements qui ont été tirés.

Ms. Sharmini Coorey and Mr. Bernardin Akitoby

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Despite its vast oil wealth, central Africa still struggles to sustain strong, inclusive economic growth and to generate sufficient employment opportunities, particularly for its fast-growing youth population. Drawing on new research, Oil Wealth in Central Africa lays out the macroeconomic and growth challenges facing the region; examines oil wealth management and its implications for poverty reduction; and includes four case studies that exemplify lessons learned.

Mr. Jean A. P. Clément

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The Democratic Republic of the Congo is making significant strides on both the political and economic fronts to extricate itself from one of the bloodiest wars in African history. This remarkable turnaround offers other countries and the international community valuable lessons in preventing conflict and in coping with postconflict recovery. This book also provides a summary of the most recent research on conflict, an analysis of the causes of conflicts in Africa, and an outline of their key economic characteristics.