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Evaluating Economic Liberalization

Case-Studies in Economic Development

  • Mark McGillivray
  • Oliver Morrissey
Book

Part of the Case-Studies in Economic Development book series (CASIED)

Table of contents

About this book

Introduction

Liberalization - economic policy reforms to render economies more market-orientated - is a central issue in most countries of the world. This important contribution to the literature of liberalization analyzes theoretical issues and experiences of reform. Existing approaches to evaluating the effects of reform are reviewed, difficulties of measuring liberalization are discussed, the complex ways in which reforms can impact on individuals and groups are illustrated, and the importance of political concerns are addressed. The final four chapters offer detailed case studies of Pakistan, Mozambique, Vietnam and Sri Lanka.

Keywords

development Economic Development economic growth economic policy political economy reforms transition

Editors and affiliations

  • Mark McGillivray
    • 1
  • Oliver Morrissey
    • 2
    • 3
  1. 1.RMIT UniversityMelbourneAustralia
  2. 2.Centre for Research in Economic Development and International Trade (CREDIT)The University of NottinghamUK
  3. 3.School of EconomicsThe University of NottinghamUK

About the editors

TONY ADDISON Lecturer in Economics, University of Warwick PREMA-CHANDRA ATHUKORALA Senior Research Fellow, Department of Economics, Australian National University, Canberra CLARA DE SOUSA Lecturer in Economics, University of Maputo, previously at University of Warwick DAVID GREENAWAY Professor of Economics and Pro-Vice Chancellor, University of Nottingham. He was Chairman of CREDIT from 1995-1998 KAREL JANSEN Research Fellow at the ISS, The Hague STEVE LEYBOURNE Reader in Econometrics, University of Nottingham ANDREW McKAY Lecturer in Economics and an Internal Fellow of CREDIT, University of Nottingham CHRIS MILNER Professor of International Economics and an Internal Fellow of CREDIT, University of Nottingham DAVID SAPSFORD Professor of Economics, University of Lancaster

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