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Impact of liberalisation on growth and equity

Tony Addison () and Demery L.

ILO Working Papers from International Labour Organization

Abstract: Critically looks at the impact of trade and capital market liberalisation on income distribution and employment. Reviews the theory of trade liberalisation. Discusses labour intensities in trading and non-trading sectors, examines problems encountered in the shift to a liberalised regime and points out the importance of co-ordinating liberalisation with economic policy- making.

Keywords: WEP pub; economic implication; trade liberalization; deregulation; financial market; money supply; employment; income distribution; developing countries; development theory; economic theory; trade policy; credit policy; financial policy; agricultural sector; obstacle; cost; bibliography; graph; statistical table; pub PME; conséquences économiques; libéralisation des échanges; déréglementation; marché financier; disponibilités monétaires; emploi; répartition du revenu; pays en développement; théorie du développement; théorie économique; politique du commerce international; politique du crédit; politique financière; secteur agricole; obstacle; coût; bibliographie; graphique; tableau statistique; pub PME; consecuencias económicas; liberalización del intercambio; desreglamentación; mercado financiero; disponibilidades monetarias; empleo; distribución del ingreso; países en desarrollo; teoría del desarrollo; teoría económica; política de comercio internacional; política crediticia; política financiera; sector agrícola; obstáculo; costo; bibliografía; gráfico; cuadros estadísticos (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 1986
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Published in International employment policies, working paper series

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