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The study was prepared by a team comprising of Muthukumara Mani Mani (mä`nē): see Manichaeism.
Mani
 or Manes or Manichaeus

(born April 14, 216, southern Babylonia—died 274?, Gundeshapur) Persian founder of Manichaeism.
 (Task Team Leader), Anil Markandya, and Viju Ipe. The authors would like to acknowledge comments and inputs received from Aziz Bouzaher, Kirk Hamilton, Sushenjit Bandyopadhyay, Juan C. Belausteguigoitia, Dan Biller, Richard Damania, and a number of participants of a seminar on the topic held on July 30, 2008, at the World Bank in Washington, DC. (1)

This study is a product of the Policy and Economics Team in the Environment Department led by Kirk Hamilton. Editorial support was provided by Alexandra Sears, James Cantrell and Robert Livernash. The work was conducted under the overall supervision of Sector Managers Laura Tlaiye and Michele De Nevers.

The authors are solely responsible for the views expressed here, which do not necessarily represent the opinion of the World Bank, its Executive Directors, or the countries they represent. The generous support received from the Bank Netherlands Partnership Program (BNPP BNPP BNP Paribas (French bank)
BNPP Bank-Netherlands Partnership Program
BNPP Bushehr Nuclear Power Plant (Bushehr, Iran)
BNPP Below Ground Net Primary Productivity
) is gratefully acknowledged.

(1) Muthukumara Mani is a Senior Environmental Economist at the Social, Environment and Water Resource Management Unit of the South Asia This article is about the geopolitical region in Asia. For geophysical treatments, see Indian subcontinent.
South Asia, also known as Southern Asia
 Region. Anil Markandya (Professor, University of Bath) and Viju Ipe are consultants to the Environment Department of the World Bank.
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