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  Volume 43, Number 2, Spring 2010

Table of Contents

Trade Liberalization’s Impact on Agriculture in Low Income Countries: A Comparison of El Salvador and Costa Rica

pp. 1-17
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A Structural Analysis of Growth and Poverty in the Short-Term

pp. 19-39
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Stationarity of South Asian Real Exchange Rates Under Exponential Star (ESTAR) Framework

pp. 41-50
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How Can Education Policy Improve Income Distribution?: An Empirical Analysis of Education Stages and Measures on Income Inequality

pp. 51-77
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Early Retirement in the Government Sector in Egypt: Preferences, Determinants, and Policy Implications

pp. 79-110
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Gender and Agricultural Productivity in a Surplus Labor, Traditional Economy: Empirical Evidence from Nepal

pp. 111-124
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Hospital Competition and Prescribing Behaviors: Empirical Evidence from Taiwan

pp. 125-141
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Economic Growth and FDI Inflows: A Stochastic Frontier Analysis

pp. 143-158
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Access to Finance and Small Enterprise Growth: Evidence from East Java

pp. 159-172
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Monetary Policy and International Remittances

pp. 173-186
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Productivity and Growth in Turkish Manufacturing Industry: 1980–2001

pp. 187-219
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The Political Economy of Financial Structure of Korean Firms

pp. 221-232
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Modeling the Dynamics of Money Income from a Vector Correction Model

pp. 233-253
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Concentration of Exports and Patterns of Trade: A Time-Series Evidence of Malaysia

pp. 255-270
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Urban Bias in Development and Educational Attainment in Brazil

pp. 271-288
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The Analysis of Transitions in Economic Performance Using Covariate Dependent Statistical Models

pp. 289-298
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Is Donors’ Concern About the Fungibility of Foreign Aid Justified?: A Panel Data Analysis

pp. 299-311
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Consumpiton Difference Between Microcredit Borrowers and Non-borrowers: A Bangladesh Experience

pp. 313-326
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Vertical Specialization with Developed and Developing Countries

pp. 327-339
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Effects of Increased Trade and Investment on Human Development in the U.S. and Mexican Border Communities

pp. 341-362
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Publications Received

Publications Received

p. 363
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Research Areas

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