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The Demand for LDC Exports of Manufactures: Estimates from Hong Kong
Exports of manufactures from developing countries are generally believed to be sensitive to changes in the level of income in the developed countries, their major market. This belief is grounded onExpand
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The politics and economics of transition to an open market economy in Viet Nam
Reform in Viet Nam is a protracted process. Beginning in 1979, it experienced both advances and reversals until 1986, a sudden acceleration in 1989-91, then gradualism hampered by a deepeningExpand
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Trade Policy Reform in Developing Countries since 1985
The recent and apparently broad move towards unilateral trade liberalization in the developing world has not been systematically documented, nor has comparative data been compiled. This studyExpand
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How China Grows: Investment, Finance, and Reform
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The small country assumption: A reassessment with evidence from Korea
ZusammenfassungDie Annahme eines ⋯kleinen Landes”. Eine überprüfung mit Daten aus Korea. — Es gibt kaum ökonometrische Belege für ⋯kleine” LÄnder im Welthandel, weil das übliche Vorgehen bei derExpand
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THE END OF POVERTY: Economic Possibilities for Our Time
THE END OF POVERTY: Economic Possibilities for Our Time Jeffrey D. Sachs, foreword by Bono New York: Penguin Press, 2005. xvii, 397pp, $40.00 doth (ISBN 1-59420-045-9)The title of this book is a bitExpand
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The expansion of manufactured exports in developing countries: An empirical assessment of s upply and demand issues
ZusammenfassungDie Expansion der Industriegüterausfuhr aus Entwicklungsländern: Eine empirische Analyse von Angebots- und Nachfragefaktoren. — Gegenstand der Untersuchung, die im wesentlichen auf denExpand
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The Vietnamese Economy in the 1990s
In the 1980s Vietnam made the transition from a centrally planned economy to a market economy. The critical question now facing Vietnam is whether the remarkable growth rates it has achieved inExpand
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Trade as the Engine of Growth in Developing Countries, Revisited
economic growth in developed countries since the mid-1970s. The only way to keep the engine of LDC growth beating at a satisfactory rate, so the argument goes, is to turn to an alternative source ofExpand
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