Globalisation and the developing countries (in Dutch)

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Miquel Dijkman;
(2003)
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    • jel: jel:F02 | jel:F13 | jel:O10

Globalisation is a highly controversial topic. Despite its potential for accelerating growth and reducing poverty (to which most policy makers and economist would agree) objections are often expressed about the position of developing countries, and a number of damaging ... View more
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