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The World Bank economic review 18 (2), Volume 1
Author:Schady, Nobert R.; Maloney, William F.; Cunningham, Wendy V.; Bosch, Mariano; Hoekman, Bernard; Ng, Francis; Olarreaga, Marcelo; Hertel, Thomas W; Ivanic, Maros; Preckel, Paul V.; Cranfield, John A. L.; Blunch, Niels-Hugo; Verner, Dorte; Kaufman, Daniel; Kraay, Aart; Mastruzzi, Massimo; Country:Mexico; Ghana;
Date Stored:2004/10/14Document Date:2004/01/01
Document Type:PublicationSubTopics:Environmental Economics & Policies; Poverty Assessment; Health Monitoring & Evaluation; Youth and Governance; Health Economics & Finance
ISBN:ISBN 019-8530633Language:English
Region:Africa; Latin America & CaribbeanReport Number:30182
Source Citation:The World Bank economic review. -- Vol. 18, no. 2 (May 2004)Volume No:1

Summary: Do macroeconomics crises always slow human capital accumulations? By Nobert R. Schady. The distribution of income shocks during crises: an application of quantile analysis to Mexico, 1992-95, by William F. Maloney, Wendy V. Cunningham, and Mariano Bosch. Agricultural tariffs or subsidies: which are more important for developing economies? by Bernard Hoekman, Francis Ng, and Marcelo Olarreaga. The earnings effects of multilateral trade liberalization: implications for poverty, by Thomas W. Hertel, Maros Ivanic, Paul V. Preckel, and John A. L. Cranfield. Asymmetries in the union wage premium in Ghana, Niels-Hugo Blunch and Dorte Verner. Governance matters III: governance indicators for 1996, 1998, 2000, and 2002, by Daniel Kaufman, Aart Kraay, and Massimo Mastruzzi.

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