Designing rules for demand-driven rural investment funds : the Latin American experience

Abstract: The demand-driven rural investment fund (DRIFs) is a mechanism for decentralizing decision-making authority and financial resources to local governments and communities. This study explores how well-designed DRIF rules could substitute for central veto power.

Author(s): Wiens, Thomas; Guadagni, Maurizio

Source(s): , World bank technical paper; 407 xix, 69 p., ill., graphs, tabs, 28 cm World bank technical paper 407

Published: 1998 World bank, Washington, DC (English

ISBN/ISSN: 0-8213-4229-0/0253-7494

Link: http://go.worldbank.org/A9RPQSVDT0

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