Rethinking the East Asian Miracle
Rethinking the East Asian Miracle is a collection of 13 essays that covers issues ranging from the causes of the East Asian crisis and possibilities of recovery to the strengths and weaknesses in the technical, financial and governance structure of the East Asian economies. The essays are written by prominent academics of both the West and East Asian Universities.
Publication Name: Journal of Economic Studies
Spreading the gains from globalization: what can be learned from value-chain analysis?
Value chain analysis can help in understanding the determinants of inter-country and intra-country income distribution and assist in identifying the policies that may improve the distributional outcome of the countries in the global economy. Value chain analysis provides an insight into the policy challenges that private and the public participants have to face.
Publication Name: Problems of Economic Transition
The Quality of Life in England and Wales
Individual and county level statistical data are used to estimate amenity prices for England and Wales for calculating a per-county quality of life index, which was estimated to be more than 2,000 pounds sterling annually. One significant finding highlighted is a negative price for air pollution.
Publication Name: Oxford Bulletin of Economics & Statistics
- Abstracts: Striking smarter and harder at Vauxhall: the new industrial relations of lean production? Northern Ireland between peace and war?
- Abstracts: Strategic direction in the British Public Service. Outsourcing information systems: a strategic partnership with risks
- Abstracts: Experience and the decision to participate in the labour market: results from a conditional logic model. Race and gender discrimination in the labor market: an urban and rural sector analysis for Brazil
- Abstracts: Retrospectives: the economics of Leon Hirsch Keyserling. The new revolution in economics. Cooperatives and the business cycle
- Abstracts: Learning through alliances. Learning from experience, reference points, and decision costs. Sequential divestiture through initial public offerings