Finance and Competitiveness in Developing Countries

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Index

a
absolute differences 341
absorption capability 261
access credit 31
accidents 293
activities 241
activity level 28
Acts:
Foreign Exchange Regulation Act (FERA) 79-80 ;
Industries Development and Regulation Act 79 ;
Monopolies and Restrictive Trade Practices (MRTP) 79-80
adjustment 194-8 ;
path 12
aggregate:
capital stock 302 ;
competitiveness 83
aggregation 338
Aghion, P. 18
Agosin, M. R. 218
agricultural:
products 128 , 231 , 267 ;
raw materials 24
agriculture 185 , 241
Aizenman, J. 342
Akhtar, M. A. 339
Algeria-Italy gas pipeline 253
Annual Survey of Industries88
anti-export bias 79 , 201
anti-inflationary strategy 270
anti-innovation bias 8
Aquino administration 163
Argentina 13 ;
credit 16 , 34-7 ;
devaluation 13 ;
economy 21 ;
finance 20-41 , 203 ;
trade patterns 4 , 20-41 , 267-8
Arrow, K. J. 353
Artus, J. R. 353
Asian crisis 4 , 16 , 270
Asian tigers 3 , 153
A-specialization 299-300
asset(s) 32 , 60 , 102 , 239 ;
accumulation of 29-32 ;
price inflation of 329
assets/GDP ratio 236
Association Professionnelle des Banques 253
asymmetric information effects 250 , 339
Athey, M. J. 110 , 119
Australia 203
Australian National University 88
autarky 335
automobiles 267
autoregressive conditional heteroschedastic (ARCH) models 205

b
backward linkages 287
Bailey, M. J. 339 , 342 , 344
bailouts 328
balance sheets 29 , 34 , 59 , 323
balance-of-payments crises 21 , 45 , 77 , 155
Balassa, B. 252
Banking Deregulation 122 , 144
bank(s) 160 , 212 , 236 , 323-31 ;
crisis in 326
basic chemicals 130 , 268
basic metal 130 , 163
BEFIEX 49 , 75
behest loans 177
Belanger, D. 338-9
Belgium 309
Bernanke, B. 34
beverages 131
bilateral:
effects 338 ;
rates 340
Bilson, J. F. O. 353
Bini-Smaghi, L. 343
bivariate analysis 216
Boltho, A. 252
'bonded factories' 249
Bonelli, R. 75

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