The Challenges Facing Landlocked Developing Countries

@article{Faye2004TheCF,
  title={The Challenges Facing Landlocked Developing Countries},
  author={Michael Faye and J. McArthur and J. Sachs and Thomas G. Snow},
  journal={Journal of Human Development},
  year={2004},
  volume={5},
  pages={31 - 68}
}
In spite of technological improvements in transport, landlocked developing countries continue to face structural challenges to accessing world markets. As a result, landlocked countries often lag behind their maritime neighbours in overall development and external trade. While the relatively poor performance of many landlocked countries can be attributed to distance from coast, this paper argues that several aspects of dependence on transit neighbours are also important. Four such types of… Expand
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