4 edition of An inward-looking economy in transition found in the catalog.
Bibliography: p. 72-74.
|Statement||by Hal Hill and Sisira Jayasuriya.|
|Series||ISEAS occasional paper,, no. 80|
|Contributions||Jayasuriya, S. K.|
|LC Classifications||HC422 .H55 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||74 p. :|
|Number of Pages||74|
|LC Control Number||87410878|
Greening the economy of cities is a necessary pre-condition to achieving a greener global economy that leads to poverty eradication. Steering the governance within and beyond cities is needed to divert cities’ huge physical, financial, human, social, natural and intellectual capital towards the objective of a greener economy. Inward looking policy is like import substitution, basically putting up trade barriers and trying to become self sufficient. Outward looking policy is growth through exports, think of the tiger economies.
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An inward-looking economy in transition: Economic development in Burma since the s (ISEAS occasional paper)Author: Hal Hill.
For many years Myanmar operated an inward-looking economic system built on import substitution. Ultimately this policy failed, leaving behind inefficient state economic enterprises and widespread poverty.
Political unrest in led a newly installed military government to liberalize the economy, opening it to foreign investment and private participation in trade. GDP growth averaged per cent over the. year period and annual growt h in interna- tional trade averaged per cent.
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Mao was undoubtedly responsible for monstrous crimes, but if today's China ever completes the transition to a more plural economy and society it will be more obvious than ever that he was the man. Demystifying the Chinese Economy* Justin Yifu Lin Chief Economist and Senior Vice President, the World Bank When China began its transition from a planned to a market-oriented economy init was a poor, inward-looking country with a per capita income of US$, less.
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This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want. During this transition phase, however, the role of trade has been much smaller — thanks to the maturation of global value chains, the shift to This article was first published in Journal of Southeast Asian Econom no.
3 (December ). J 06 Indonesian Economy in 11/2/19 PM. This paper compares the dynamics of two general equilibrium models of endogenous growth in which agents have comparison utility In the inward-looking economy individuals care about how their consumption in the current period compares to their own consumption in the past (one way to describe this is habit-formation in consumption) In the outward-looking economy individuals.
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What is more, the. The transition was from an inward-looking economy to an outward-looking one. The results indicate that the poorest countries went from a per capita growth rate of % annually in the – period, to a decline of % a year between and Cited by: PDF e-book files for this publication are available as detailed below.
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