The Open Economy

The Open Economy : Tools for Policymakers in Developing Countries

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This book is a teaching manual in non-technical language for policy-makers in developing countries. At the request of the Economic Development Institute of the World Bank, the editors assembled fourteen economists to write about the issues facing an open economy. The book focuses on policy instruments, their use and their constraints. Case studies of economic policy in various developing countries - including Argentina, Brazil, Indonesia, Korea, and Mexico - illustrate the problems and more

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  • Paperback | 424 pages
  • 155.7 x 234.7 x 32.8mm | 696.71g
  • Oxford University Press Inc
  • New York, United States
  • English
  • 41 figues, 53 tables
  • 0195207092
  • 9780195207095

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'well-written ... provide very good material for undergraduate courses in international economics or international political economy ... A most useful compilation.' David Collard, Economic Journal, Vol.100 No. 402 Sept '90show more

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