Competitiveness Strategy in Developing Countries: A Manual for Policy Analysis

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Index

a
ACP countries 279 , 291 , 294
Adam, C. 255
administrative costs 285
adverse selection 107
Africa 78 , 176 , 178 , 281 ;
North 73 ;
Sub-Saharan 5 - 6 , 73 , 145 ;
see also ACP;
Nigeria;
South Africa;
Uganda
agglomeration effects 185
air and sea cargo 37
Alchian, A. 252 , 258
Altenburg, T. 172
Alvey programme 119
Andean drug countries 279
Anglo-Irish Free Trade Agreement (1965) 186
anti-trust 243 , 247
Arrow, K. 106 , 107 , 108 , 109
Asia 78 , 207 , 281 ;
Central 73 ;
East 5 , 7 , 28 , 43 , 248 , 250 ;
South 5 ;
see also under individual country names
Astek Fruit Processing 24 -5
asymmetries 107 , 110 , 203 , 211
Audretch, D.B. 249
Australia 132 , 185 , 286

b
Bacon, R. 253
Bain, J.S. 244
balance of payments 17 , 34 , 276
Balasubramanyam, V.N. 168
bandwagon effect 176 , 185 , 187
banks:
cooperative 218 ;
development 219 -23;
monitoring, regulation and supervision 206 , 208 -11;
potential for instability 203 , 205 ;
runs on 208 ;
see also BIBFs
Barbados 212
Barrel, R. 182
barriers 241 , 242 , 277 , 292 , 293
Basle Committee 203 , 205 , 210
Baum, C. 222
Belize 73
benchmarking 38 , 44 , 47 , 61 , 158 , 226
Bergsman, J. 179
Best, M.N. 127
best practice 146 -62, 176 , 257 , 267 ;
lack of familiarity with 285
Bhatt, V.V. 222
BIBFs (Bangkok International Banking Facilities) 227
Blomstrom, M. 170 , 180 , 181
Blonigen, B.A. 177
bonds 226 , 227 , 262
booms 210
Borensztein, E. 170
BOT (Build-Operate-Transfer) 41
bottlenecks 37
bottom-up policies 269
Brada, 256
Brazil 139 -40, 142 -4, 150 , 154 , 222
Britain see United Kingdom
Brunei 295
'bubbles' 207
budget deficits 34
bureaucracy 178
business angels 202 , 223 , 224 -5
business development services 152 -8
Business Excellence 120
business parks 218
business strategy perspective 18 - 20 , 21 , 30
buyers and sellers 107

c
Callanan, B. 188
Cameron, R. 220
Canada 64 , 132 , 295
capital:
accumulation 253 ;
efficient allocation of 205 , 206 ;
external 202 , 203 ;
investment 145 ;
risk 104 , 224 ;
scarce 145 ;
working 143

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