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The World Bank economic review 21 (3), Volume 1
Author:Loayza, Norman V.; Ranciere, Romain; Servin, Luis; Ventura, Jaume; Raddatz, Claudio; Levchenko, Andrei A.; Mauro, Paolo; Galindo, Arturo Jose; Micco, Alegandro; Kharroubi, Enisse; Jacoby, Hanan G.; Minten, Bart; Bandiera, Oriana; Campos, Nauro; Jolliffe, Dean; Country:World;
Date Stored:2009/10/29Document Date:2007/01/01
Document Type:PublicationSubTopics:Economic Theory & Research; Emerging Markets; Economic Conditions and Volatility; Currencies and Exchange Rates; Free Trade
Region:The World RegionReport Number:51344
Source Citation:The World Bank economic review. -- Vol. 21, no. 3 (January 2007)Volume No:1

Summary: This issue includes the following: macroeconomic volatility and welfare in developing countries: an introduction, by Norman V. Loayza, Romain Ranciere, Luis Servin, and Jaume Ventura. The structural determinants of external vulnerability, Norman V. Loayza, and Claudio Raddatz. Do some forms of financial flows help protect against 'sudden stops'? By Andrei A. Levchenko, and Paolo Mauro. Creditor protection and credit response to shocks, Arturo Jose Galindo, and Alegandro Micco. Crises, volatility, and growth, Enisse Kharroubi. Is land titling in Sub-Saharan Africa cost effective? Evidence from Madagascar, Hanan G. Jacoby, and Bart Minten. Land tenure, investment incentives, and the choice of techniques: evidence from Nicaragua, Oriana Bandiera. Earnings, schooling, and economic reform: econometric evidence from Hungary (1986-2004), Nauro Campos, and Dean Jolliffe.

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