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I' m using this diary to divide the publishing of my books on micro finance (the massive provision of small finance products to the poor). It asks and tries to find answers to fundamental issues about what we know about the effects of finance and what this means for the assistance of government, trusts and investment.
Because, oh, the last millenium, the usual way to compose a script was to keep it hidden from everyone but a few folks until it's froze, then unlock it and wait for a response. So why not exchange designs and begin discussions between author and reader while the text is still in the game?
A CGD guru, Dave Witzel, pointed out the blogs as a logical tool. I will give and search feedbacks on my writing, found papers and issues on fire in my head in this biz. You will not be informed about microfinancing with a fire hoses of messages - see the scroll at the bottom right of the channel start page for this.
It also gives you the chance to come back to the contents and affect the end product: a guide to help us all look into it. A number of a number of works are authored by professionals who want to pass on their knowledge. I' m going to write this one to become an authority on the subject.
It' a journey of exploration. At CGD we invent our "open book" blogs engine. I' ll make a major contribution for each section, with the concept that the comments to these contributions will be the best way for you to annotate the designs they announce.
Or you can email me selected data that we may publish. The " Contents " page on the right side of the start page helps you to browse through the contents of the text. This" open book" blogs combines an old and a new spelling.
Even though the book was made before the machine, this technique has given a new and transforming force to the book series. And I think this is part of this historical evolution, the full impact of which will take some considerable amount of work. cdgdblog entries mirror the opinions of the writers, which are based on previous research and experiences in their fields.