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How East Asia grew so fast? slow progress towards an analytical consensus

Singh, Ajit (1995): How East Asia grew so fast? slow progress towards an analytical consensus. Published in: RIS Occasional Paper Series, New Delhi (1 June 1995): pp. 1-71.

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Abstract

Abstract

Although in the post-World War II period as a whole, developing countries have made substantial economic and industrial progress, during the last decade or so, many of them, particularly in Latin America and Africa, have been in an acute economic crisis . As a consequence, these countries have been obliged to go to the Bretton Woods institutions (BWIs) for economic assistance for stabilisation and structural adjustment.

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