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Presents an empirical analysis of the relationship between development assistance and economic growth for the case of Fiji. Foreign aid to the island economies is a major source for foreign exchange and resource needs. A neoclassical production function is applied in this study to estimate the...
Provides an evaluation of the reality of the German economy after unification, also answers to some of the questions that the post‐unification era has raised, analyzes aggregate and sectoral data of the former GDR and the Federal Republic of Germany over the period 1970‐1989. The results...
It seems that the discussion about deregulation is dominated by economists. As a result the overruling consideration is efficiency to the exclusion of other factors which also ought to be considered. Institutions (law, rules, norms and conventions) do not represent economic values alone....
In the twentieth century many developed countries moved from an “agricultural‐based industrial society” to an “information society.” The second part of the century saw a deterioration of social conditions in many industrialized countries. The combination of these two factors has posed to...
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