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62: The Historical Origin of African Debt and External Finance Problems
Alemayehu Geda
61: The Fiscal Response to External Finance in Africa: and Alternative Approach
Alemayehu Geda
60: Determinants of Aggregate Primary Commodity Export Supply: Econometric Results from African Countries
Alemayehu Geda
59: Aid FLows and 'Dutch Disease' in a General Equilibrium Framework for Pakistan
R. Vos
58: A Comparative Look at International Linkages of the World Bank's Global Economic Model (Bank Gem) and Other North-Sousth (N-S) Economic Models
Alemayehu Geda
57: Theoretical and Empirical Approaches to Direct Foreign Investment: A Survey of Litterature
N. de Jong and R. Vos
56: Patters of International Finance Between Major Trading and Investing Partners: A World Accounting Approach
R. Vos and N. De Jong
55: What is Measured in Studies on the Determinants of Direct Foreign Investment?
R. Vos and N. De Jong
54: External and Domestic Financial Constraints of Adjustment. A General Equilibrium Framework for Mexico
R. Vos
53: Evaluating the Concessionality of Tied Aid
O. Morrissey and Howard White
52: Aid Principles and Policy: An operational Basis for the Assessment of Donor Performance
M. McGillivray and Howard White
51: Financial Liberalization, Growth and Adjustment: Some Lessons from Developing Countries
R. Vos
50: Trade and Financial Flows in the World Accounting Framework, Balanced WAMs for 1989-1990
N. Jong, R. Vos, T. Jellema and H. Zebregs
49: Direct Foreign Investment and Adjustment, the Case of Thailand
K. Jansen
48: Trade Multipliers in a World Accounting Matrix Framework
R. Vos and A. Izurieta
47: Trade and Financial Flows in a World Accounting Framework
N. De Jong, R. Vos and T. Jellema
46: External Finance, Growth and Adjustment: A Computable General Equilibrium Model for Thailand
L.C. Jemio and K. Jansen
45: External Shocks, Debt and Adjustment:A CGE Model for the Philippines
L. Jemio and R. Vos
44: Aid and Development Policy in the 1990s
A. Sengupta
43: External Constraints on Private Investment Decisions in Developing Countries
E.V.K. Fitzgerald, K. Jansen and R. Vos
42: Prospects of Financial Flows to developing Countries in the 1990s.; The Global Macroeconomic Trade-Off
R. Vos
41: Aid Flows, Trade and Global Macroeconomic Adjustment
R. Vos
40: A Note on the Measurement of Trade and Financial Linkages in the Wam
E.V.K. Fitzgerald and J. Luttik
39: A Sam for Tanzania
L. Rutayisire
38: Private Sector Adjustement and Corporate Behaviour in Columbia
F. Tenjo-Galarza
37: Debt, Adjustement and Domor Interventions in Post-War Horn of Africa
Richard P.C. Brown and A.N.K. Hassan
36: PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SECTOR CAPITAL ACCOUNT BEHAVIOUR IN LESS-DEVELOPED COUNTRIES, 1970-1988
E.V.K. Fitzgerald and K. Sarmad
35: EXTERNAL SHOCK AND DOMESTIC RESPONSE IN LDCS: A CROSS- COUNTRY DECOMPOSITION ANALYSIS, 1970-1988
E.V.K. Fitzgerald and K. Sarmad
34: PUBLIC AND PRIVATE INVESTMENT AND ECONOMIC GROWTH
K. Sarmad
33: PRIVATE FOREIGN ASSET ACCUMULATION: MAGNITUDE AND DETERMINANTS
R. Vos
32: CONCEPTS AND DEFINITIONS FOR THE WORLD ACCOUNTING MATRIX
J. Luttik
31: SUDAN'S OTHER ECONOMY: MIGRANTS'S REMITTANCES, CAPITAL FLIGHT AND THEIR POLICY IMPLICATIONS
Richard P.C. Brown
30: THE IMF AND PARIS CLUB DEBT RESCHEDULING: A CONFLICTING ROLE
M. Brown
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