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Angola’s Private Sector: Rents Distribution and Oligarchy Renato Aguilar AbstractAngola’s Private Sector: Rents Distribution and Oligarchy Renato Aguilar Abstract
Angola’s private sector. We argue that this distorted structure is the result of war, an incomplete transition towards a market-oriented economy, macroeconomic mismanagement
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Very Preliminary Do not citeVery Preliminary Do not cite
This was not an event that caught people by surprise. Instead, it was a protracted affair that, as it marched inexorably towards a catastrophic demise, garnered the attention of the best minds in Washington
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Table of Contents Events Leading to Crisis 2Table of Contents Events Leading to Crisis 2
Even though Argentina’s economy did not fall into crisis until 2000, the events of the 1990’s will be discussed. The government’s actions during these times contributed to Argentina’s fall in the year 2000
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Mexican crisis of 1994-1995Mexican crisis of 1994-1995
Keynes (1937), Minsky (1972, 1977, 1978), Krugman (1979), Obstfeld (1996), Krugman (1998), Gourevitch
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Fernand Braudel Institute of World Economics Associated with the Fundação Armando Alvares PenteadoFernand Braudel Institute of World Economics Associated with the Fundação Armando Alvares Penteado
Many Bolivian leaders doubt that the forces driving the two countries toward making this deal can overcome these difficulties in time to avoid a collapse of Bolivia's foreign trade
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Policy brief Fiscal Austerity in a Financial Trap: The Agonic Years of the Convertibility Regime in ArgentinaPolicy brief Fiscal Austerity in a Financial Trap: The Agonic Years of the Convertibility Regime in Argentina
Fiscal Austerity in a Financial Trap: The Agonic Years of the Convertibility Regime in Argentina
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What have we learnt? The Great Depression in Australia from the perspective of todayWhat have we learnt? The Great Depression in Australia from the perspective of today
I am grateful to the University of Queensland School of Economics, the uq economics Alumni Association, the Queensland branch of the Economic Society of Australia and Queensland Treasury for inviting me to deliver the nineteenth Colin Clark
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Raising the level of productivity growth in the Australian economyRaising the level of productivity growth in the Australian economy
At which inputs, such as labour, capital and raw materials, are transformed into outputs. The level of productivity can be measured for firms, industries and economies
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The Globalization Gamble: The Dollar-Wall Street Regime and its Consequences. By Peter Gowan The 1990s have been the decade of globalisationThe Globalization Gamble: The Dollar-Wall Street Regime and its Consequences. By Peter Gowan The 1990s have been the decade of globalisation
The Globalization Gamble: The Dollar-Wall Street Regime and its Consequences. By Peter Gowan
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Chapter VIII. Open Macroeconomics: is-lm-bp modelChapter VIII. Open Macroeconomics: is-lm-bp model
However, there is a force of modification of the operation of the is-lm model in the open macro-economics. The degree of mobility of international capital flows and the choice of foreign exchange policy modify the operation of is-lm
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Paul Mosley1 This draft: 27 January 2007Paul Mosley1 This draft: 27 January 2007
Is this because they used the available instruments of adjustment more effectively, or for other reasons? In particular, how does poverty impact fit into the story: would a ‘more effective’ pattern of adjustment have been more pro-poor?
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Macroeconomic sustainability and development prospects: the latin american performance in the ninetiesMacroeconomic sustainability and development prospects: the latin american performance in the nineties
Cedes, Buenos Aires, Argentina. 1995. p. 92. (Economía: Nº 111) Disponible en la World Wide Web
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Comparing Legal and Alternative Institutions in Commerce Franklin Allen Jun “QJ” QianComparing Legal and Alternative Institutions in Commerce Franklin Allen Jun “QJ” Qian
In particular, competition can ensure the most efficient mechanism prevails and this process does not require persuading the legislature and the electorate to revise the law when circumstances change
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Cu history overview 10 September 2004Cu history overview 10 September 2004
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Marxian Economics Lecture 5 of 5 – Trade and Capitalism’s Wars. The Socialist AlternativeMarxian Economics Lecture 5 of 5 – Trade and Capitalism’s Wars. The Socialist Alternative
September 1986, Opening remarks of Edgar Hardcastle known as Hardy – The Socialist Party of Great Britain
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