3 edition of Intersectoral relationships in a developing economy found in the catalog.
Intersectoral relationships in a developing economy
|LC Classifications||HC440.I57 T43 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||248 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||248|
|LC Control Number||95910132|
Begins with a note on the two‐way relationship between poverty and the environment and on the U‐shaped curve relating economic development and environmental quality. The next section elucidates the problem of overexploitation of natural resources that arises from an institutional failure to cope with the externalities involved. The conventional prescription is the establishment of well. Then the relationship between the welfare gains from trade GFT j calculated in the model with intersectoral distortions, and gains from trade G F T j N D calculated in a model without distortions, is given by (12) G F T j = 1 − ϒ j 1 − G F T j N D. Expression has an intuitive interpretation.
This approach, stressing community participation, appropriate technology, and intersectoral collaboration, became the central pillar of world health policy. In this period, every country was encouraged to develop a list of “essential drugs” for use in all public facilities, instead of the thousands of brand-name products sold in world markets. development at the national and global scales, addressing intersectoral spillovers, the relation between agriculture and sectoral and macroeconomic policies, the political economy of agriculture, and international trade in agricultural products. The second volume focuses on the.
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In short, no definitive statement can be made on whether intersectoral actions are producing economic benefits citing direct evidence from existing studies. Most of the evidence we found was on health or health equity impacts. Given that. This paper empirically examines the causal relationship between the degree of openness of the economy, financial development and economic growth by.
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5. Linkages between agricultural and non-agricultural sector “The rural non-farm sector is a poorly understood component of the rural economy of developing countries and we know relatively little about its role in the broader development process” Abstract. This paper studies the nature of relationships between intersectoral resource mobility and intersectoral balance in early modern economic growth and, on the agricultural side in particular, the crucial role played by transmission of the best-practice technology to less developed areas.
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“ A Cross-country Input-Output Analysis of Intersectoral Relationships between Manufacturing and Services,” World Development, – Pugno, Maurizio. Graphs easily describe the economic relationship between two variables; for example, a supply curve describes the relationship between price and quantity supplied.
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