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  Volume 46, Number 2, Fall 2012

Table of Contents

Trust And Parameter Heterogeneity In The Neoclassical Growth Model

pp. 1-17

Does A Real Devaluation Improve The Balance Of Trade?: Empirics From Bangladesh Economy

pp. 19-41

Application Of The Alternative Techniques To Estimate Demand For Money In Developing Countries

pp. 43-63

A Spatial Approach To Measure Productivity Spillovers Of Foreign Affiliated Firms In Turkish Manufacturing Industries

pp. 65-83

The Results In The Provision Of Public Education Under Different Decentralized Contexts: The Colombian Case

pp. 85-103

Persistence Of Income Inequality: Does Child Mortality Matter?

pp. 105-123

The Impact Of Economic Reforms On Growth: A Case Study Of Bangladesh

pp. 125-143

The Saving-Investment Gap And Income Inequality: Evidence From 16 Countries

pp. 145-158

Trade Reform, Job Quality And Wages Of The Working Poor In Egypt: Evidence From Manufacturing Panel Data

pp. 159-183

Coyotes, Migration Duration, and Remittances

pp. 185-203

Globalization And Monetary-policy Independence In India

pp. 205-211

Trends And Cycles In The Net Barter Terms Of Trade For Sub-Saharan Africa's Primary Commodity Exporters

pp. 213-229

Econometric Investigation Of Relationships Among Export, Fdi And Growth In India: An Application Of Toda-Yamamoto-Dolado-Lutkephol Granger Causality Test

pp. 231-247

Household Work, Labor Time And The Schooling Of Girls In Rural South Asia

pp. 249-267

Determinants Of Banking Outreach: An Empirical Assessment Of Indian States

pp. 269-295

Do Microfinance Programs Change Fertility?: Evidence Using Panel Data From Bangladesh

pp. 297-313

Quality Of Civil Administration And Economic Growth: A Threshold Analysis

pp. 315-350

Bank Concentration And Economic Costs Of Deposit Mobilization And Credit Extension In Ghana

pp. 351-370

Technology Transfer And Technology Policy In A Developing Country

pp. 371-396

The Dynamic Implications For Wage Changes On Productivity, Prices, And Employment In A Developing Economy: A Structural Var Analysis

pp. 397-417

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