Small States in a Global Economy : the Role of Institutions in Managing Vulnerability and Opportunity in Small Developing Countries

Brautigam, Deborah and Woolcock, Michael (2001). Small States in a Global Economy : the Role of Institutions in Managing Vulnerability and Opportunity in Small Developing Countries. UNU-WIDER.

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    Author Brautigam, Deborah
    Woolcock, Michael
    Title Small States in a Global Economy : the Role of Institutions in Managing Vulnerability and Opportunity in Small Developing Countries
    Volume/Issue No. 2001/37
    Publication Date 2001
    Place of Publication Helsinki
    Publisher UNU-WIDER
    Pages 31
    Language eng
    Abstract

    Small states have always been more vulnerable in the global economy. This is so because trade comprises a larger proportion of their economic activity, and because they lack the power to set the terms or make any of the rules that govern globalization. St

    Keyword Econometric models (economic development)
    Globalization
    International economic relations
    Copyright Holder UNU-WIDER
    Copyright Year 2001
    Copyright type Fair use permitted
    ISSN 16095774
    ISBN 9789524551991
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