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Thu Oct 16 17:52:35 2014 UTClccn-no990572640.35The global competitiveness report 2001-2002 : World Economic Forum, Geneva, Switzerland 2001 /0.760.96Growth after the Asian crisis : what remains of the East Asian model? /141987217no 990572645045020605448Center for International Development at Harvard University.CIDHarvard University Cambridge, Mass Center for International DevelopmentHarvard university Center for international developmentHarvard University Centro para el Desarrollo InternacionalHarvard University Institute for International DevelopmentHarvard University Sustainability Science ProgramHIIDJohn F. Kennedy School of Government Cambridge, Mass Center for International DevelopmentJohn F. 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An important and unique measure captured by the Index was the degree to which businesses feel they can easily access capital, a task which has become increasingly difficult in the current economic climate2286ocn049752936serial0.77The global information technology reportPeriodicals1272ocn038833087serial0.92The Africa competitiveness reportPeriodicals1042ocn049523121serial0.90The Latin American competitiveness reportPeriodicals864ocn046610241book20000.47World Economic ForumThe global competitiveness report 2000 : World Economic Forum, Geneva, Switzerland 2000+-+6573860465652ocn048910239book20020.35The global competitiveness report 2001-2002 : World Economic Forum, Geneva, Switzerland 2001+-+K283670465622ocn044889730book20000.95Oyejide, T. AdemolaInterests and options of developing and least-developed countries in a new round of multilateral trade negotiations622ocn051895202book20030.47The global competitiveness report 2002-2003 : World Economic Forum, Geneva, Switzerland 2003+-+5634060465621ocn492011490book20020.82The Latin American competitiveness report, 2001-2002+-+0107060465612ocn044889136book20000.95Pistor, KatharinaThe standardization of law and its effect on developing economies612ocn044900233book20000.95Cornford, Andrew JThe Basle Committee's proposals for revised capital standards : rationale, design and possible incidence612ocn044888737book20000.95Velasco, AndrésExchange-rate policies for developing countries : what have we learned? what do we still not know?592ocn046678887book20010.95Hanson, Gordon HShould countries promote foreign direct investment?593ocn044591252book20000.95Panagariya, ArvindThe millennium round and developing countries : negotiating strategies and areas of benefits552ocn081285988book20010.96Growth after the Asian crisis : what remains of the East Asian model?Focuses on the East Asian economies most adversely affected by the financial crisis of 1997/98: Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand and the Republic of Korea542ocn046480653book20010.95Goldfajn, IlanCan flexible exchange rates still work in financially open economies?542ocn047885850book20010.94Mohammed, Aziz AliThe future role of the International Monetary Fund522ocn048257974book20010.95Ocampo, José AntonioRecasting the international financial agenda523ocn047029730serial0.53Asian economic papersPeriodicalsCovers the economic issues central to Asian countries and offers creative solutions to the region's current problems by drawing on the work of economists worldwide522ocn049631874book20010.95Evans, Peter BOrganizational reform and the expansion of the South's voice at the fundProposes possible strategies for organizational reform of the International Monetary Fund, with particular attention to the recruitment, training, career paths and deployment of IMF staff+-+6573860465+-+6573860465Thu Oct 16 15:48:08 EDT 2014batch15607