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  Volume 46, Number 1, Spring 2012

Table of Contents


Gradual Financial Liberalization, Fdi, and Domestic Investment: Evidence From China's Panel Data

pp. 1-15

The Impact Of Foreign Direct Investment On Total Factor Productivity And Economic Growth In Turkey

pp. 17-29

Gender Wage Gap And Earnings: Predicted By Tenure In the Czech Republic

pp. 31-43

Comparing South African Inflation Volatility Across Monetary Policy Regimes: An Application of Saphe Cracking

pp. 45-54

An Analysis Of The Competition For University Entrance Test

pp. 55-70

Determinants of Foreign Direct Investment in Malaysia: New Evidence From Cointegration and Error Correction Model

pp. 71-89

Economic Growth Dynamics And Short-Term External Debt In Thailand

pp. 91-111

Comparing Savings Behavior in Asia and Latin America: The Role of Capital Inflows and Economic Growth

pp. 113-131

Asymmetry of Information and the Finance-Growth Nexus in Emerging Markets: Empirical Evidence Using Panel VECM Analysis

pp. 133-146

Gender Inequality, Economic Development, and Globalization: A State Level Analysis of India

pp. 147-164

Long Run Sustainability of Sarawak - West Kalimantan Cross-Border Trade Flows

pp. 165-181

Why is the Cost of Financial Intermediation Rising in Botswana?

pp. 183-209

Capital Flows, Maturity Mismatches, and Profitability in Emerging Markets: Evidence From Bank Level Data

pp. 211-239

Spatial Dimensions of Income Inequality in Nepal

pp. 241-263

Employment Function for Indonesia: An Econometric Analysis at the Sectoral Level

pp. 265-285

Productivity Growth in Indian Cement Industry: A Panel Estimation of Stochastic Production Frontier

pp. 287-303

The Relationship Between Commercial Energy Consumption and Gross Domestic Income in Kenya

pp. 305-314

The Impacts of Economic Reforms on Efficiency Improvement and Technological Progress in Indian Manufacturing

pp. 315-329

Foreign Aid to Bangladesh: Some Iconoclastic Issues

pp. 331-343

Terrorism in Africa and South Asia: Economic or Existential Good?

pp. 345-358

Wage-Price Flexibility, Exchange Rate Flexibility, Capital Controls, and the Adjustment Speed in the Money Market

pp. 359-366

A Reassessment of Pakistan's Aggregate Import Demand Function: An Application of Ardl Approach

pp. 367-384


Importing the Unusable: The Quantity Theory and the LDC's

pp. 385-396

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