Macroeconomics for Developing Countries

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Routledge, 1994 - Developing countries - 321 pages
Macroeconomics for Developing Countries presents a comprehensive study of the tools of macroeconomic analysis with particular emphasis on their application in Developing Countries. At the same time, it examines the debate over whether developing economies should have a completely different framework for dealing with macroeconomic problems. The book includes:
* alternative macroeconomic models of developing countries;
* theories of inflation and the balance of payments;
* internal and external debt;
* evaluations of IMF stabilization packages.

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