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Author: N. F. R Crafts
Publisher: Centre for Economic Performance (2001)
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This Paper argues that a geographical perspective is fundamental to understanding comparative economic development in the context of globalization. Crafts, Nicholas and Venables, Anthony . Globalization in History: A Geographical Perspective (November 2001). CEPR Discussion Paper No. 3079. Nicholas Crafts (Contact Author).
PDF This Paper argues that a geographical perspective is fundamental to.Title: Globalization in History. A Geographical Perspective. It was noted that economic performance in Africa had not generally measured up to East Asia and Latin America.
PDF This Paper argues that a geographical perspective is fundamental to understanding comparative economic development in the context o. Author: Nicholas Crafts, Anthony Venables. 323. Introduction. The analyses in the paper were guided by the provisions of received theoretical and empirical paradigms.
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Crafts, N. F. and Venables, A. J. (2003), Globalization in history: a geographical perspective, in Bordo, M. Taylor, A. and Williamson, J. G. (ed., Globalization in Historical Perspective, Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 323–64. Crozet, M. (2004), Do migrants follow market potentials? An estimation of a new economic geography model, Journal of Economic Geography, 4: 439–58.
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