Commodity Exports and Economic Development: The Commodity Problem and Policy in Developing Countries
The commodity problem, development goals, and policies; Review of previous studies of the impact of the commodity problem on developing-country goal attainment; An integrated econometric approach to the commodity problem and economic development - preview, country and commodity selection, and country sketches; Macroeconometric models for project countries; Microeconometric models of the primary-commodity-producing sectors; Econometric models of international commodity markets; The impact of fluctuations in international commodity markets on goal attainment in developing countries; The impact of secular movements in international commodity markets on goal attainment in developing countries; Policy responses to the commodity problem; The commodity problem, goal attainment, and policies in developing countries: conclusions.
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The Commodity Problem Development Goals
14a Recent ExportPrice Movements for Representative
Major Economic Goals of Developing Countries
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