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Journal of Development Economics

1974 - 2018

Current editor(s): M. R. Rosenzweig

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Volume 13, issue 3, 1983

Social articulation as a condition for equitable growth pp. 275-303 Downloads
Alain de Janvry and Elisabeth Sadoulet
Wages, minimum wages, and income distribution in Brazil: Results from the construction industry pp. 305-330 Downloads
Andres Drobny and John Wells
Multinational firms' global strategies, host country indigenisation of ownership and welfare pp. 331-348 Downloads
Homi Katrak
Traded and non-traded goods: An empirical test with Nigerian data pp. 349-360 Downloads
Eric Monke
Efficiency differentials favouring resource-based industries pp. 361-366 Downloads
M. Shahid Alam
Development and distribution: A critique of the cross-country U-hypothesis pp. 367-382 Downloads
Ashwani Saith
Labor markets and inequitable growth: The case of authoritarian capitalism in Brazil: Samuel A. Morley, (Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 1983) pp. XV+316, $39.50 pp. 383-386 Downloads
Eliana Cardoso
Saudi Arabia, rush to development: Ragaei El Mallakh, (Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, MA, 1982) pp. 472 pp. 387-390 Downloads
David Pritchett
The political economy of productivity, Thai agricultural development: David Feeny, 1880-1975 (University of British Columbia Press, Vancouver, BC, 1982) pp. 390-393 Downloads
Robert E. Evenson
Development strategies in semi-industrial economies: Bela Balassa and Associates, (Johns Hopkins Press, Baltimore, MA, and London. 1982). A World Bank Research Publication, pp. xiii+394 pp. 393-397 Downloads
Sanjaya Lall
Latin America and the new international economic order: Ricardo Ffrench-Davis and Ernesto Tironi, eds., (St. Martin's Press, New York, 1982) pp. xv+ 254, $27.50 pp. 397-399 Downloads
Sergio Bitar
A political economy of Uruguay since 1870: M.H.J. Finch, (St. Martin's Press, New York, 1981) pp. 399-401 Downloads
Pablo Spiller
Two hungry giants; The US and Japan in the quest for oil and ores: Raymond Vernon, (Harvard University Press, Cambridge, MA, 1983) pp. 160, appendix, index, $16 pp. 402-403 Downloads
Marian Radetzki

Volume 13, issue 1-2, 1983

Inflation, growth and wage policy: A Brazilian perspective pp. 1-20 Downloads
Francisco L. Lopes and Edmar Bacha
Short-run rigidities and long-run adjustments in a computable general equilibrium model of income distribution and development pp. 21-43 Downloads
François Bourguignon, G. Michel and D. Miqueu
Credit policy, inflation and growth in a financially repressed economy pp. 45-65 Downloads
Sweder van Wijnbergen
Military expenditure, spin-off and economic development pp. 67-83 Downloads
Saadet Deger and Somnath Sen
On the dynamic instability of induced-migration unemployment in a dual economy pp. 85-96 Downloads
Will Bartlett
Earnings functions for the self-employed: Comment pp. 97-102 Downloads
James W. Henderson
Fredonia: A simulation model for teaching undergraduate development economics pp. 103-107 Downloads
Daniel A. Seiver
Government intervention in food grain markets: An econometric study of Tanzania pp. 109-132 Downloads
Christopher D. Gerrard and Terry Roe
Dynamics of trade liberalization policy pp. 133-142 Downloads
Joshua Aizenman
Multinationals in Indian big business: Industrial characteristic of foreign investment in a heavily regulated economy pp. 143-157 Downloads
Sanjaya Lall and Sharif Mohammad
Environmental policies in developing countries: A case of international movements of polluting industries pp. 159-173 Downloads
Joon Koo Lee and Gill Chin Lim
Comparison of turnpikes with consumption maximising sectoral growth paths for Jamaica 1957-1971 pp. 175-195 Downloads
Steve de Castro
Basic goods, the effects of commodity transfers and the international economic order: Comment pp. 197-203 Downloads
Jan Willem Gunning
Commodity transfers and the international economic order: A comment pp. 205-212 Downloads
Martin Ravallion
Foreign aid in the form of commodity transfers that increase the income gap between rich and poor countries: The Chichilnisky theorems revisited pp. 213-216 Downloads
Massoud Mokhtari Saghafi and Jeffrey Nugent
On transfer paradoxes and immiserizing growth: Part I: Comment pp. 217-222 Downloads
T. Srinivasan and Jagdish N. Bhagwati
A geometric explanation of the transfer paradox in a stable economy pp. 223-236 Downloads
John Geanakoplos and Geoffrey Heal
The transfer problem with three agents once again: Characterization, uniqueness and stability pp. 237-247 Downloads
Graciela Chichilnisky
The transfer problem: A rejoinder pp. 249-250 Downloads
Jan Willem Gunning
Postscript pp. 251-252 Downloads
T. Srinivasan and Jagdish N. Bhagwati
The copper industry in the Chilean economy: Manuel Lasaga, (D.C. Healh and Co., Lexington, MA, 1981) pp. xi + 198 pp. 253-253 Downloads
Thomas Mayer
Copper and Zambia: Chukwuma F. Obidegwu and Mudziviri Nziramasanga, (D.C. Heath and Co., Lexington, MA, 1981) pp. xvii + 221 pp. 253-253 Downloads
Thomas Mayer
Coffee and the Ivory Coast: Theophilos Priovolos, (D.C. Heath and Co., Lexington, MA, 1981) pp. xv + 218 pp. 253-257 Downloads
Thomas Mayer
Income distribution, structure of economy and employment: Felix Paukert, Jiri Skolka and Jef Maton, (International Labour Office, Croom Helm, Ltd., London, 1981) pp. 169, [UK pound]12.95 pp. 258-259 Downloads
Patricio Meller
Accelerated development in sub-Saharan Africa, an agenda for action: The World Bank, (Washington, 1981) viii + 198 pp pp. 259-264 Downloads
G. K. Helleiner
The theory and experience of economic development: Essays in honor of W. Arthur Lewis: Mark Gersovitz, Carlos F. Diaz-Alejandro, Gustav Ranis and Mark R. Rosenweig, eds., (George Allen and Unwin, London, 1982) pp. vii + 403, [UK pound]25.00 pp. 265-267 Downloads
Raaj Sah
The political economy of income distribution in Egypt: Gouda Abdel-Khalek and Robert Tignor, eds., (Holmes & Meier Publishers, Inc. New York and London, 1982) pp. x + 525, $45.00 pp. 267-273 Downloads
Bent Hansen

Volume 12, issue 3, 1983

Cumulative processes of de-industrialisation in an open region: The case of Southern Italy, 1951-1973 pp. 277-301 Downloads
Riccardo Faini
Insulating countries against fluctuations in domestic production and exports: An analysis of Compensatory Financing schemes pp. 303-325 Downloads
Christopher Green
Education and the duration of job search and unemployment in urban India: An empirical analysis based on a survey of Delhi jobseekers pp. 327-340 Downloads
Peter R. Fallon
Interstate migration in Mexico: Variations on the Todaro theme pp. 341-354 Downloads
William E. Cole and Richard D. Sanders
A short-term analytical model of the Singapore economy pp. 355-376 Downloads
Basant Kapur
Explaining tractorization in Nepal: An alternative to the consequences approach pp. 377-395 Downloads
James Roumasset and Ganesh Thapa
Why the emperor's new clothes are not made in Colombia: David Morawetz, (Oxford University Press for the World Bank, New York, 1981) pp. xiii+192, $22.00 pp. 397-402 Downloads
Howard Pack

Volume 12, issue 1-2, 1983

Rate of return, firm size and development subsidies: The case of Greece pp. 5-18 Downloads
Howard N. Ross and Stavros Thomadakis
Comparative prices in a developing economy: The case of India pp. 19-25 Downloads
R. G. Nambiar
Tenancy and family resources: A model and some empirical analysis pp. 27-39 Downloads
Chandrashekar Pant
Commodity decomposition of export-import instability: New Zealand pp. 41-57 Downloads
P. J. Lloyd and R. G. Procter
On exports and economic growth pp. 59-73 Downloads
Gershon Feder
An approximation to the Gini coefficient for a population based on sparse information for sub-groups pp. 75-81 Downloads
Michael Braulke
Social security and extreme poverty in Latin America pp. 83-110 Downloads
Carmelo Mesa-Lago
IMF financial programs and conditionality pp. 111-136 Downloads
Ariel Buira
The public/private wage differential in a poor urban economy pp. 137-152 Downloads
David L. Lindauer and Richard H. Sabot
Modelling improvements in transport infrastructure in developing areas: A Brazilian example pp. 153-168 Downloads
Charles L. Wright, Richard L. Meyer and Francis E. Walker
An analysis of the demand for cash balances by the manufacturing firms in a developing economy pp. 169-182 Downloads
Prem S. Laumas and Martin Williams
A money demand equation for Brazil pp. 183-193 Downloads
Eliana Cardoso
Export fluctuations and economic growth: An empirical analysis pp. 195-218 Downloads
Cristian Moran
Export instability, export growth and GDP growth pp. 219-227 Downloads
Gerald Tan
Instability and the growth of exports: A misinterpretation of the evidence from the western pacific countries pp. 229-236 Downloads
Constantine Glezakos
The foreign exchange market in a highly-open developing economy: The case of Singapore pp. 237-249 Downloads
Mario I. Blejer and Mohsin Khan
Earnings determination and labour markets: Gran Santiago, Chile--1978 pp. 251-266 Downloads
Vittorio Corbo and Morton Stelcner
Factor proportions of foreign and local firms in developing countries: A theoretical and empirical note pp. 267-274 Downloads
Edward K. Y. Chen
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