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  Volume 44, Number 1, Fall 2010

Table of Contents

Horticultural exports and livelihood linkages of rural dwellers in southern Ghana: an agricultural household modeling application

pp. 1-23
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Forcing Africa to open up to trade: is it worth it?

pp. 25-39
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Energy consumption in Bangladesh, India, and Pakistan: cointegration analysis

pp. 41-50
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Colonial dependency, core-periphery, and capitalism: a case study of the Guyana economy

pp. 51-70
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Higher residual wage dispersion for white workers in post apartheid South Africa, 1995-2006: composition effects or higher skill prices?

pp. 71-100
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Purchasing power parity puzzle: evidence from Ghana

pp. 101-121
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Divergence of electric power consumption: evidence from the SAPP

pp. 123-147
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Black feminization of poverty: evidence from the U.S. cross-regional data

pp. 149-166
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Impact of technology and physical capital on export quality

pp. 167-185
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Income distribution, persistent unemployment, and the classical growth cycle: evidence from South Africa

pp. 187-199
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Marital earnings premiums in Trinidad & Tobago: ethnicity and socioeconomic status

pp. 201-227
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The factors affecting Bangladesh's exports: evidence from the gravity model analysis

pp. 229-244
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Testing the export-led growth hypothesis: empirical evidence from Turkey

pp. 245-254
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Explaining exchange rate movements: an application of the market microstructure approach on the Pakistani foreign exchange market

pp. 255-265
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Gauging bank efficiency during card insolvency crisis: the case of the Taiwanese banks

pp. 267-285
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Election induced fiscal and monetary cycles: evidence from the Caribbean

pp. 287-302
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What drives microfinance institution's financial sustainability

pp. 303-324
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A cross-national study of child labor and its determinants

pp. 325-344
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Modeling the informal economy in Mexico. a structural equation approach

pp. 345-365
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Economic freedom, ethnic separatism, and ethnic conflict

pp. 367-381
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Operational performance of commercial banks in the Chinese transitioal economy

pp. 383-396
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Publications Received

p. 397
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