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Handbook on food: demand, supply, sustainability and security,
Raghbendra Jha, Raghav Gaiha and Anil Deolalikar, Gloucestershire, UK, Edward Elgar, 2014.
Hill, H and J Menon (2012) 'ASEAN Economic Integration: Driven by Markets, Bureaucrats, or Both?', in Mordechai E Kreinin and Michael G Plummer (eds), The Oxford Handbook of International Commercial Policy, Oxford University Press, New York, USA, pp 357-386.
Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Studies (BIES)
BIES is a refereed journal that has been in continuous publication since 1965. It provides a well-respected outlet for high-quality research by both Indonesians and foreigners on any and all matters pertaining to the Indonesian economy.
It has played an important role in helping the world, and Indonesians themselves, to understand Indonesia.
Each issue leads with a comprehensive 'Survey of recent developments', which aims to be reasonably accessible even to non-economists, and helps to account for the journal's diverse readership within academia, government, business and the broader public.
Working papers in trade and development
This working paper series provides a vehicle for preliminary circulation of the Department's research results in the fields of economic development and international trade. The series is intended to stimulate discussion and critical comment. Staff and visitors in any part of the Australian National University are encouraged to contribute. To facilitate prompt distribution, papers are screened, but not formally refereed.
If for some reason beyond your control you cannot download the working paper and wish to obtain a hard copy, please contact the author directly.
The following working papers are in either postscript or PDF format.
- To view a paper in post script format: download, save and then print the file.
- To view a paper in PDF format you will require Adobe Acrobat Reader.
97/3, September 1996, Dr Prema-chandra Athukorala: 'Multinational Enterprises, Employment and Real Wages in Malaysian Manufacturing'
97/4 [TXT, 59KB], September 1996, Professor Nirvikar Singh: 'The Composition of U.S. — East Asia Trade & Changing Comparative Advantage'
Manuscripts should be sent to:
Arndt-Corden Department of Economics
Crawford School of Public Policy
ANU College of Asia & the Pacific
The Australian National University
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