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Purpose – In this study, the authors aim to analyze India's trade performance from the period of liberalization until the recent financial crisis, and compare it to China's. Design/methodology/approach – The authors then examine Indian trade and investment policy and also institutional factors...
Purpose – This paper aims to survey India's experience with exporting services. The authors seek to show that the country's experience is unique in that modern tradable services are a significantly larger share of GDP than in other countries at comparable levels of economic development. This has...
Purpose – This paper aims to examine the experience of ten Asian countries with respect to growth, trade and FDI. It seeks to explore relationships between the nature of exports and imports and growth, as well as the relevance of FDI as a channel for these relationships....
Purpose – This article aims to provide two analytical frameworks for understanding the role of trade in promoting inclusive growth in developing economies. Design/methodology/approach – A working definition of inclusive growth focuses on long‐term, sustained growth associated with productivity...
Purpose – This paper aims to examine the relationship between trade liberalization and wages in India. Design/methodology/approach – This paper uses an empirical approach based on the “mandated wage equations”. Findings – The main result in the paper is that trade reforms have been associated...
Purpose – The relationship between globalization – through trade liberalization – and inequality is unclear. The Stolper‐Samuelson theorem, which is a standard result in trade theory, does not offer compelling answers as globalized economies with an abundance of unskilled labour have seen...
Purpose – Trade liberalization could either exacerbate or ameliorate the incidence of child labour. This paper aims to examine the effect of trade liberalization through membership in the GATT/WTO on the incidence of child labour across countries and over time. The authors examine child labour...
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