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The World Bank economic review 6(3), Volume 1
Author:Cukierman, Alex; Webb, Steven B.; Neyapti, Bilin; Mundlak, Yair; Larson, Donald F.; Steel, William F.; Webster, Leila M.; Liviatan, Nissan; O'Connell, Stephen A.; Levy, Santiago; Wijnbergen, Sweder van; Claessens, Stijn; Schmidt-Hebbel, Klaus; Corsetti, Giancarlo; Country:Brazil; United States; Mexico; Ghana;
Date Stored:2002/09/12Document Date:1992/09/30
Document Type:PublicationSubTopics:Economic Stabilization; Macroeconomic Management; Economic Theory & Research; Financial Crisis Management & Restructuring; National Governance
ISBN:ISBN 0-8213-1931-0Language:English
Major Sector:(Historic)MultisectorRegion:Africa; Latin America & Caribbean; OTH
Report Number:17602Sub Sectors:(Historic)Non-sector specific
Source Citation:The World Bank economic review. -- Vol. 6, no. 3 (September 1992)Volume No:1

Summary: Measuring the independence of central banks and its effect on policy outcomes. On the transmission of world agricultural prices. How small enterprises in Ghana have responded to adjustment. The dynamics of optimal gradual stabilizations. Uniform commercial policy, illegal trade, and the real exchange rate: a theoretical analysis. Maize and the free trade agreement between Mexico and the United States. The optimal currency composition of external debt: theory and applications to Mexico and Brazil. Household saving in developing countries: first cross-country evidence. Cumulative indexes of articles and authors for volume 6.

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