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World development sources [electronic resource]
Bib ID 319827
Format JournalJournal, OnlineOnline
Online Versions
Description Washington, DC : International Bank for Reconstruction and Development, c1997-c1999 
computer optical discs ; 4 3/4 in. 
Technical Details

System requirements for Microsoft Windows NT 3.x or Windows NT 4.x: IBM or compatible computer with Pentium 60-MHz or higher processor; 16M RAM; 5M hard disk space; 2x CD-ROM drive. 

System requirements for Microsoft Windows 3.x or Windows 95: IBM or compatible with 486/25-MHz or higher processor; 8M RAM; 5M hard disk space; 2X CD-ROM drive. 

Summary

Contains information collected by the World Bank from its developing country members related to Bank-funded projects. Economic and sector papers providing the macro and sectoral background to a country are also included. Specific document types are: Economic reports and Sector reports; Staff appraisal reports (SAR), Project appraisal documents (PAD) and Technical annexes (TAN); Global Environmental Facility (GEF) project documents (PD); Operations evaluation dept. (OED) reviews and Operations evaluation dept. studies; OED impact evaluation reports.

Numbering Note Second, third and fourth quarters 1998 published as a combined issue. 
Notes

On disc label the World Bank is called by its alternate name: International Bank for Reconstruction and Development, 1996-<1997/1>

Each issue consists of a cumulative Program disc, which contains the citations and searching index for all reports issued from January 1996 to the date of the current issue; and a Data disc(s), which contains new reports for the current quarter only, 1997-1998.

Title from title screen.

Accompanied by installation instructions.

Continued by a Web version with the same title.

Life Dates 1996-2nd, 3rd, and 4th quarters 1998 
Frequency Quarterly, 1997-1998 
Previous Frequency Annual, 1996 
Subjects Economic assistance -- Developing countries.  |  Economic assistance -- Developing countries -- Databases.  |  Economic development -- Developing countries.  |  Economic development -- Developing countries -- Databases.  |  Developing countries -- Economic conditions.  |  Developing countries -- Economic conditions -- Databases.
Form/genre CD-ROMS.
Other authors/contributors World Bank
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WDS

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Collect from: Main Reading Room
Call Number: S mt 89
Status: Available
Items/Issues Held: Data disc:
Cumulative Program disc:
(1996:1 - 1998:4)
Supplements: 1998
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