Title: Trade Shocks in Developing Countries
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Book Condition: New
The second volume of a comparative study of trade shocks covering 23 countries. This volume examines Asia and Latin America, and challenges common generalizations. Trade shocks are shown to lead to high savings rates, though policy errors often mean windfalls lead to a reduction in output. Num Pages: 370 pages, graphs and tables. BIC Classification: 1F; 1KLC; 1KLS; KCLT; KCM; KCP. Category: (P) Professional & Vocational. Dimension: 240 x 166 x 26. Weight in Grams: 684. . 2000. Hardcover. . . . . Bookseller Inventory # V9780198294634
Synopsis: This second volume of a two-volume work gathers together 23 detailed case studies from Africa, Asia, and Latin America, presenting the background causes, descriptions, results, and implications of all the recent economic upheavals in the developing world.
About the Author: Paul Collier is a Director, Centre for the Study of African Economics; and Fellow at St Anthony's College, Oxford. Jan Willem Gunning is a Professor of Economics at the Free University, Amsterdam.
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