Malpezzi, . and G. Ball 1991. Rent control in developing countries, Discussion paper, no. 129. Washington, DC: World Bank. Rent control and tenancy duration. Journal of Urban Economics 52: 542–560. CrossRefGoogle Scholar.
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Malpezzi and Ball, measured the index for 60 countries of which 14 countries have index between 0 and 5; 27 countries have . Rent Control in Developing Countries. World Bank Discussion Paper No. Index for the Philippines based on author’s judgment.
Rent Control in Developing Countries. The Philippine index of rent control show that it is among the few countries that have weak controls (Table 3). Of 51 countries surveyed with a rent control law, 80% have moderate to strict controls.
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Malpezzi and Ball (1991). A Paper presented at the World Congress on Housing Transforming Housing Environment through Design, 27-30 September, 2005, Pretoria. World Bank Discussion Papers, No. 12. .
Keywords: Developing countries, IMF, World Bank, development . The rest of the paper is organized as follows. Section one introduces the study. Section two and section
Keywords: Developing countries, IMF, World Bank, development, international financial/economic institutions, west. Section two and section. three examine the presence of the World Bank and IMF in developing countries respectively. deeply analyze the arguments in favor and against these two institutions in developing countries. discusses the findings and concludes the study.
For a description of rent control ordinances outside of the United States, see STEPHEN MALPEZZI & GWENDOLYN BALL, RENT CONTROL IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES (World Bank, 1991) DISCUSSION PAPER 129. 2.
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