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TITLE: The world bank. [videorecording] : the great experiment.
PUBLISHED: NJ : Films for the Humanities & Sciences, 1997.
DESCRIPTION: 3 videocassettes (52 min. each) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.
NOTES: Two tapes, Part I & Part II.
NOTES: Executive producer, Jacques Bidou; directed by Peter Chappoll; series producer, Gregg La.
NOTES: James Wolfensonn, Jim Adams, Jim Jaycox, Jehoash mayanja, Yaweri Museveni, Emanuel Tumusime, Amama Mbabaazi, Apollo Nsibambi, Jehbash Mayanja, Edward Clay, Lynda Chalker.
NOTES: This two-part documentary provides a rare glimpse into both the inner workings of the World Bank and its efforts to bring economic stability to Africa. A case study tracks the fortunes of proposed development projects in Uganda over a twelve-month period. Through it, we become privy to how decisions are made, who benefits and why, and what happens when World Bank and Ugandan policies clash. Actual footage of closed-door meetings and private conversations between officials provides insights into negotiations conducted at World Bank offices in Washington, DC, and in Uganda.
NOTES: English.
ADDED ENTRY: Chappoll, Peter.
ADDED ENTRY: Bidou, Jacques.
ADDED ENTRY: Films for Humanities & Sciences.

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