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by Gary McMahon,Lyn Squire,Robert M. Solow

Author: Gary McMahon,Lyn Squire,Robert M. Solow
Subcategory: Economics
Language: English
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan; 2003 edition (August 19, 2003)
Pages: 272 pages
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The International Economic Association. Foreword by Robert M. Solow.

The International Economic Association. The Global Development Network. List of Contributors. List of Abbreviations. Lyn Squire and Gary McMahon already describe the much larger project of which this book is a partial record, so there is no need to go over that ground either. I can afford to be idiosyncratic.

Gary McMahon, Lyn Squire. Explaining Growth attempts to compile the most comprehensive assessment of growth in developing and transition countries

Part of the International Economic Association book series (IEA). Gary McMahon, Lyn Squire. Sources of Aggregate Growth in Developing Regions: Still More Questions than Answers? Charles C. Soludo, Jongil Kim. Pages 32-76. Explaining Growth attempts to compile the most comprehensive assessment of growth in developing and transition countries. Скачать (pdf, . 2 Mb).

Published October 24, 2003 by Palgrave Macmillan.

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Explaining Growth attempts to compile the most comprehensive assessment of growth in developing and transition countries. The first phase has sought to review and discover broad similarities and comparable experiences in six regions spanning the developing world. In each region, studies were undertaken on sources of growth, markets and growth, microeconomic determinants of growth, and the political economy of growth. These reviews provide the framework for the in-depth country case studies in Phase II. This volume summarizes the main results of the regional analyses and sets the stage for the country studies.