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Is Pakistan's Growth Rate Balance-of-Payments Constrained?Policies and Implications for Development and Growth
(Taylor and Francis, 2010-11-25)
This paper examines the extent to which Pakistan's growth has been, or is likely to be, constrained by its balance of payments. Evidence presented suggests that Pakistan's maximum growth rate consistent with equilibrium on the basic balance is approximately ...
Hawaiian Residents Preferences for Miconia Control Program Attributes Using Conjoint Choice Experiment and Latent Class Analysis
Invasive species control or eradication is an important issue. On the islands of Hawaii, this problem is exceedingly evident when it comes to Miconia calvescens (Miconia). Adequate funding is needed to control or eradicate this invasive plant, but with ...
Seoul housing prices and the role of speculation
Between June 1998 and March 2006, the price index of apartment houses in Seoul, Korea, more than doubled, while fundamentals such as GDP, wage, and population increased by less than 35%. This study examines the role of a rational speculative bubble in ...
The Impacts of Aquaculture Development on Food Security: Lessons from Bangladesh
Fish contribute a significant amount of animal protein to the diets of people in Bangladesh, about 63% of which comes from aquatic animals. In Bangladesh, fish is mainly derived from two sources: capture and culture. Aquaculture has shown tremendous ...