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  Volume 47, Number 1, Spring 2013

Table of Contents

Modeling Long-Run Determinants of Economic Growth for the Mauritian Economy

pp. 1-21

The Impact of Credit and Non-Credit Aspects on Self-Employment Profit: A Comparison of Microcredit Programs and Commercial Lenders in Rural Bangladesh

pp. 23-45

The Export-Income Relationship in Developing Countries: Evidence from Panel Cointegration

pp. 47-62

Remittances–Exchange Rate Nexus: The U.S.–Mexico Case

pp. 63-74

Regime-Dependent Monetary Policy Convergence: The Case of Southern African Development Community (SADC)

pp. 75-90

The Impact of Governance on Economic Growth in Africa

pp. 91-108

The Intra-Regional Economy Of Veracruz Province: What Can The Municipios Tell Us?

pp. 109-147

Housing Price Cycles and Aggregate Business Cycles: Stylised Facts in the Case of Malaysia

pp. 149-169

The Effect of Export Composition on Economic Growth: The Case of Korea

pp. 171-179

Public Expenditure, Private Investment and Income: Evidence in Indian States

pp. 181-205

Regulation of Entry and the Variety of Manufactured Exports from Developing Countries

pp. 207-222

Factors Affecting Public Participation in River Ecosystem Restoration: Using the Contingent Valuation Method

pp. 223-240

Participation in the Labor Supply in Latin America, 2000–2008

pp. 241-261

Government Expenditure And Economic Growth: The Ethiopian Experience, 1950–2007

pp. 263-280

Who Migrates Overseas and Is It Worth Their While?: An Assessment of Household Survey Data from Bangladesh

pp. 281-302

Household Characteristics And Poverty: A Logistic Regression Analysis

pp. 303-317

The “Relevance” of the African Traditional Medicine (Alternative Medicine) to Health Care Delivery System in Nigeria

pp. 319-338

Monetary Policy and Exchange Market Pressure in Pakistan

pp. 339-353

Earnings Inequality in Sri Lanka

pp. 355-371

Measuring Strucutral Change: The Case of China, Malaysia, and Ghana

pp. 373-393

Do Mergers Improve the Efficiency of Banks in Taiwan?: Evidence From Stochastic Frontier Approach

pp. 395-416

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