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Trade Shocks in Developing Countries
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1. Trade Shocks: Theory and Evidence, Paul Collier and Jan Willem Gunning 2. Anatomy of a Temporary Trade Shock: the Kenyan Coffee Boom, 1976-79, David Bevan, Paul Collier, and Jan Willem Gunning 3. Ghana's Management of a Temporary Windfall: The Cocoa Boom of 1976-77, Deborah Wetzel 4. The Ivorian Cocoa and Coffee Boom of 1976-79: The End of a Miracle?, Hafez Ghanem 5. Malwi's Positive Trade Shock, 1977-79, Jane Harrigan 6. Private and Public Sector Responses to the Sugar Boom in Mauritius, 1972-75, David Greenaway and Roland Lamusse 7. The Groundnut and Phosphates Boom in Sengal, 1974-77, Jean-Paul Azam and Gerard Chambas 8. The Zambia Coffee Boom and Crash, 1964-80, Janine Aron 9. The Diamond Boom, Expectations, and Economic Management in Botswana, Catherine Hill and John Knight 10. The Uranium Boom in Niger, 1975-82, Jean-Paul Azam 11. Cameroon, Shanta Devarajan 12. Trade Shock, Oil Boom, and the Nigerian Economy, 1973-83, T. Ademola Oyejide 13. Multiple Trade Shocks and Partial Liberalization: Dutch Disease and the Egyptian Economy, Nemat Shafik

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This is a work that should be read by those working on the macroeconomics of developing countries, whether as researchers or policy analysts Journal of International Development The absence of formality makes the book accessible to the non-specialist. However, this surface accessibility masks highly sophisticated reasoning and the application of complicated empirical accounting exercises Journal of International Development

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