Foreign trade strategies, employment, and income distribution in Brazil

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Praeger, 1988 - Business & Economics - 167 pages
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In this groundbreaking new study, Clements assesses the impact of alternative foreign trade strategies--export promotion and import substitution--on employment and income distribution in Brazil. The first work to evaluate specifically the impact of Brazil's foreign trade policies on income distribution, this volume uses a modified input-output technique to assess income distribution questions.

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Contents

TRADE AND THE EXTERNAL SECTOR
7
RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
43
EMPIRICAL RESULTS
57
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BENEDICT J. CLEMENTS is Assistant Professor of Economics at Providence College, Rhode Island.