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89 Odaet, Implementing Educational Policies in Uganda No. 90 Achola, Implementing Educational Policies in Zambia No. 91 Maravanyika, Implementing Educational policies in Zimbabwe No. 101 Russell, Jacobsen, and Stanley, International Migration and Development in Sub-Saharan Africa, vol. I: Overview No. 102 Russell, Jacobsen, and Stanley, International Migration and Development in Sub-Saharan Africa, vol. II: Country Analyses No. 132 Fuller and Habte, editors, Adjusting Educational Policies: Conserving Resources while Raising School Quality No.

243 Liberalizing Trade in Services. Bernard Hoekman and Pierre Sauve No. 244 Women in Higher Education: Progress, Constraints, and Promissing Initiatives. K. Subbarao, Laura Raney, Halil Dundar, and Jennifer Haworth No. 245 What We know About Acquisition of Adult Literacy: Is there Hope? Helen Abadzi No. 246 Formulating a National Strategy on Information Technology: A Case Study of India. Nagy Hanna No. 247 Improving the Transfer and Use of Agricultural Information: A Guide to Information Technology, Willem Zijp No.

91 Maravanyika, Implementing Educational policies in Zimbabwe No. 101 Russell, Jacobsen, and Stanley, International Migration and Development in Sub-Saharan Africa, vol. I: Overview No. 102 Russell, Jacobsen, and Stanley, International Migration and Development in Sub-Saharan Africa, vol. II: Country Analyses No. 132 Fuller and Habte, editors, Adjusting Educational Policies: Conserving Resources while Raising School Quality No. 147 Jaeger, The Effects of Economic Policies on African Agriculture: From Past Harm to Future Hope No.

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