4 edition of De-industrialization and the balance of payments in advanced economies found in the catalog.
De-industrialization and the balance of payments in advanced economies
by United Nations Conference on Trade and Development in Geneva
Written in English
|Statement||Robert Rowthorn, Ken Coutts.|
|Series||Discussion papers ;, no. 170, Discussion papers (United Nations Conference on Trade and Development : Online) ;, no. 170.|
|Contributions||Coutts, K. J., United Nations Conference on Trade and Development.|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2004616393|
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De-industrialisation, in this sense, has been a universal feature of economic growth in advanced economies in recent decades. The paper considers briefly what explains this development and quantifies some of the factors Size: 1MB.
De-industrialisation, in this sense, has been a widespread feature of economic growth in advanced economies in recent decades. The paper considers briefly what explains this development and. De-industrialization, in this sense, has been a universal feature of economic growth in advanced economies in recent decades.
The paper considers briefly what explains this development and quantifies some of the factors responsible. It then examines the experience of the United Kingdom and the United States, which are two countries that have combined rapid de-industrialization with a strong overall economic performance.
This paper defines de-industrialization as a secular decline in the share of manufacturing in national employment. De-industrialization, in this sense, has been a universal feature of economic growth in advanced economies in recent decades.
The paper considers briefly what explains this development and quantifies some of the factors responsible. DE-INDUSTRIALIZATION AND THE BLANCE OF PAYMENTS IN ADVANCED ECONOMIES.
Robert Rowthorn and Kenneth Coutts () NoUNCTAD Discussion Papers from United Nations Conference on Trade and Development. Abstract: This paper defines de-industrialization as a secular decline in the share of manufacturing in national employment.
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