We cannot verify your location
Browse Book and Journal Content on Project MUSE

  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

Forcing Africa to open up to trade: is it worth it?

pp. 25-39

Energy consumption in Bangladesh, India, and Pakistan: cointegration analysis

pp. 41-50

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

pp. 51-70

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

pp. 71-100

Purchasing power parity puzzle: evidence from Ghana

pp. 101-121

Divergence of electric power consumption: evidence from the SAPP

pp. 123-147

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

pp. 149-166

Impact of technology and physical capital on export quality

pp. 167-185

Income distribution, persistent unemployment, and the classical growth cycle: evidence from South Africa

pp. 187-199

Marital earnings premiums in Trinidad & Tobago: ethnicity and socioeconomic status

pp. 201-227

The factors affecting Bangladesh's exports: evidence from the gravity model analysis

pp. 229-244

Testing the export-led growth hypothesis: empirical evidence from Turkey

pp. 245-254

Explaining exchange rate movements: an application of the market microstructure approach on the Pakistani foreign exchange market

pp. 255-265

Gauging bank efficiency during card insolvency crisis: the case of the Taiwanese banks

pp. 267-285

Election induced fiscal and monetary cycles: evidence from the Caribbean

pp. 287-302

What drives microfinance institution's financial sustainability

pp. 303-324

A cross-national study of child labor and its determinants

pp. 325-344

Modeling the informal economy in Mexico. a structural equation approach

pp. 345-365

Economic freedom, ethnic separatism, and ethnic conflict

pp. 367-381

Operational performance of commercial banks in the Chinese transitioal economy

pp. 383-396

Publications Received

p. 397

Research Areas


  • You have access to this content
  • Free sample
  • Open Access
  • Restricted Access