Trade Shocks in Developing Countries: Africa, Volume 1
Oxford Univ Pr on Demand, Nov 18, 1999 - Business & Economics - 400 pages
This two-volume work gathers together 23 detailed case studies from Africa, Asia, and Latin America, presenting the background causes, descriptions, results, and implications of all the recent economic upheavals in the developing world.
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One Decade of External Coffee Shocks in Colombia 197585
Mismanagement of the Coffee Boom
Bolivias Tin and Natural Gas Crises 198589
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absorption accumulation actual adjustment aggregate average balance of payments Bangladesh behaviour Bolivia capital flight Central Bank changes coffee boom construction boom construction sector Costa Rica counterfactual crisis current account debt decline deficit deflator depreciation devaluation domestic Dutch Disease economy effect estimated expenditure exports external shock Figure financing fiscal foreign assets foreign savings GDP deflator GFKF government consumption growth impact import prices increase Indonesia inflation interest rates investment boom liberalisation macroeconomic ment Mexico million monetary negative shock non-oil GDP oil boom oil price oil shock output Pemex percentage period price index private agents private sector production propensity public sector ratio real exchange rate real income real wage reduced regime relative price remittances response result savings and investment savings rate seignorage share Source Table terms of trade tion tradables trade shock trend windfall income windfall savings World Bank