Factors in library development in the Gambia
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Factors in library development in the Gambia by M. A. Thornhill

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Thesis(M.Phil.) - Loughborough University ofTechnology 1983.

Statementby M.A. Thornhill.
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factors can be seen from the internal point of view of a company, defined as the so called micro-economic factors (Mussnig , 41) and from the outside point of view, the so called macro-economic factors (McCarthy , 37). Focusing on the outer point of view of a company and its activities, following situation becomes obvious. The moreMissing: library development. The Gambia’s young population is an asset for its future economic development. By , the share of the working-age population is expected to climb to 60% of total population, promising new waves of workers that seek jobs and entrepreneurial opportunities. For this youth to deliver on its potential, the Gambia envisions. The World Bank Group continues to contribute to The Gambia’s development performance in several sectors, including the following: Energy. Investments under both national and regional energy projects have contributed to increased generation capacity in the Greater Banjul Area, from 25 megawatts (MW) in October to 80 MW in November , and steady increase in electricity sales at an Missing: library development. In the Library with the Lead Pipe is pleased to welcome guest author Derek Rodriguez. Derek serves as a Program Officer with the Triangle Research Libraries Network where he supports collaborative technology initiatives within the consortium and is project manager for the TRLN Endeca Project. He is a Doctoral candidate at the School of Information and Library Science at The University of North.