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  • Author:
    Ronald Findlay,Stanislaw Wellisz
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by Ronald Findlay and Stanislaw Wellisz. acknowledge that income distribution and poverty data are scarce, the essays could. have elaborated on such equity issues as changes in gender-earnings differentials and. employment opportunities. The analyses form an extremely congruous book with persuasive arguments about. development strategies.

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book by Ronald Findlay. This work explores the economies of Hong Kong, Mauritius, Singapore, Malta, and Jamaica. After a brief introduction containing background and notes on methodology, the book focuses on each individual country.

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Start by marking The Political Economy of Poverty, Equity, and Growth: Five Small Open Economies as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. This volume in a series sponsored by the World Bank focuses on the political economies of Hong Kong, Singapore, Jamaica, Mauritius and Malta. The Political Economy of Poverty, Equity, and Growth: Five Small Open Economies (A World Bank Comparative Study. the Political Economy of Poverty, Equity, and Growth). 0195208803 (ISBN13: 9780195208801).

This an important book for international political economists, who today are . Lal and Myint have gathered the results of studies of 16 poor countries

This an important book for international political economists, who today are focussed on poor nations' "failure to develop," and the persistence of poverty. Lal and Myint have gathered the results of studies of 16 poor countries. The studies were designed by the World Bank, and focussed on the question of whether successful growth reduces poverty or leaves the poor behind. An encouraging finding, summarized in Chapter 10, is that successful economic growth does improve the welfare of the poor, and the failure of economic growth deepens poverty.

This an important book for international political economists, who today are focussed on. .

Exemplary and timely comparative study. a cogent comparison between economic regress in nigeria in the 1980s and 90s, and Indonesia's faster and more equitable growth between 1973 and 1990. Michael Chege, TLS September 22 2000). This volume analyses and compares economic growth in Nigeria and Indonesia during the period from 1950 to 1985, addressing questions as to why one country was so much more successful than the other.

This book examines five small open economies - Hong Kong, Singapore, Jamaica, Mauritius, and Malta - and . This volume is the sixth to emerge from the comparative study "The Political Economy of Poverty, Equity, and Growth", sponsored by the World Bank.

This book examines five small open economies - Hong Kong, Singapore, Jamaica, Mauritius, and Malta - and traces how they dealt with the opportunities and challenges of the postcolonial world. No one path has proved to be a sure road to success.

This wide-ranging and innovative book synthesises the findings of a major international study of the political .

This wide-ranging and innovative book synthesises the findings of a major international study of the political economy of poverty, equity, and growth. Since growth is found to be the major means of alleviating mass structural poverty, much of the book is concerned with discovering explanations for policies which are found to be the most important influences on the proximate causes of growth.

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Home Browse Books Book details, The Political Economy of Poverty, Equity, and. The Political Economy of Poverty, Equity, and Growth: A Comparative Study. Our comparative approach involved an initial pairing of countries which seemed to show significant similarities or contrasts of initial conditions or policies. We have serious doubts about the validity of inferences.

This work explores the economies of Hong Kong, Mauritius, Singapore, Malta, and Jamaica. The authors examine various aspects of the economies--from historical background to income distribution, from labor relations to capital formation. After a brief introduction containing background and notes on methodology, the book focuses on each individual country. These are followed by a comparative study which compares growth patterns, strategies for industrialization, and the role of natural resources.