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policy experience of twelve less developed countries, 1973-1978.

Bela Balassa

policy experience of twelve less developed countries, 1973-1978.

by Bela Balassa

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Published by World Bank in Washington, D.C .
Written in English


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SeriesWorld Bank staff working paper -- No.449
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Open LibraryOL13818729M

  Less-developed countries are predicted to experience the greatest gains in life expectancy over the coming years ; epidemiological patterning of health trends will enable the ability to foresee and plan for changes in population health. In addition, research that explores relationships between various dimensions of morbidity is also warranted. titled "Economic Policies Toward Less Developed Countries," which has been prepared in the Institute of International Studies and Over-seas Administration, at the University of Oregon, by Raymond F. Mikesell and Robert Loring Allen. Both authors are professors of economics at the University of Ore-.

The Political Economy of Specialized Farm Credit Institutions in Low-Income Countries, April , 99 pp. Balassa, Bela The Policy Experience of Twelve Less Developed Countries, , April , 38 pp. Industrial Prc'spects and Policies in the Developed Countries, April , 30 PP. Noor. Abdun Education and Basic Human Needs, April The gross national income (GNY) per head of the 20 poorest countries in averaged only £ which is less than £10 per month. For the richest countries, it was put at £14, In 10 of the poorest countries, life expectancy is 42 years only whereas in the 10 richest countries, 79 is the figure.

Table Population ageing and per capita wealth for selected countries Table Population ageing in more and less developed regions Table Subnational variations of population ageing (population aged 65 or over), circa Table Public expenditure on health and education This is found to be the case in the context of both T&C employment growth (in less developed countries) and loss (in highly developed countries). Across the typical cases in these solution paths, T&C workers were found to have little access to protective social policies, regardless of how countries’ were characterized in the fsQCA.


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The policy experience of twelve less developed countries, By B. Balassa and DC (USA) Washington IBRD. Topics: ECONOMIC POLICIES, BALANCE OF PAYMENTS, ECONOMIC CRISES, FOREIGN TRADE Author: B. Balassa and DC (USA) Washington IBRD. — [c], “The Policy Experience of Twelve Less Developed Countries, –”.

In: Gustav Ranis, Robert L. West, Mark Leiserson, Cynthia Morris (Eds.), Comparative Development Perspectives — Essays in Honor of 1973-1978. book G. by: 5. In a study of 43 developing countries in the –78 period of external shocks, the author has shown that intercountry differences in the rate of economic growth are affected by differences in investment rates and by the rate of growth of the labor force, by the initial trade policy stance and by the adjustment policies applied, as well as by the level of economic development and the product Cited by: The Policy Experience of Twelve Less Developed Countries, 7.

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The category of the least developed countries (LDCs) was established in as a special group of develop - ing countries characterized by a .a. Countries throughout the world are moving toward increased legal protection of non-heterosexuals.

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