The World Bank economic review. -- Vol. 18, no. 3 (Sept. 2004)
Economic Theory & Research; Rural Poverty Reduction; Free Trade; Agribusiness; Trade Law
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Summary: Trade policy and poverty reduction in Brazil by Glenn W Harrison, Thomas F. Rutherford, David G. Tarr, and Angelo Gurgel; Trade liberalization and industry wage structure: evidence from Brazil by Nina Pavcnik, Andreas Blom, Pinelopi Goldberg; and Norbert Schady; Lobbying, counterlobbying, and the structure of tariff protection in poor and rich countries by Olivier Cadot, Jaime de Melo, and Marcelo Olarreaga; Social protection in a crisis: Argentina's plan Jefes y Jefas by Emanuela Galasso and Martin Ravallion; On the unequal inequality of poor communities by Chris Elbers, Peter F. Lanjouw, Johan A. Mistiaen, Berk Ozler , and Ken Simler; Ghost doctors: absenteeism in rural Bangladeshi health facilities by Nazmul Chaudhury and Jeffrey S. Hammer; Small-scale industry, environmental regulation, and poverty: the case of Brazil by Rajshri Jayaraman and Peter F. Lanjouw.
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