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eBook Restructuring of Industrial Economies and Trade with Developing Countries ePub

by Santosh Mukherjee

  • ISBN: 9221019993
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  • Author: Santosh Mukherjee
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: International Labour Office (November 1978)
  • Pages: 116
  • ePub book: 1775 kb
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The main findings are the following. First, impressive increases in labour productivity have been achieved since 1997, especially during the post-crisis period.

Economic restructuring is used to indicate changes in the constituent parts of an economy in a very general sense

Economic restructuring is used to indicate changes in the constituent parts of an economy in a very general sense. In the western world, it is usually used to refer to the phenomenon of urban areas shifting from a manufacturing to a service sector economic base. It has profound implications for productive capacities and competitiveness of cities and regions.

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Hence, trade and of course international trade conformed to overall changes in patterns of world. Many would exclude the NICs from the developing country category so as to be able to focus the discussion on a more representative sample of (the over 100) developing countries. production and consumption. More recently, a second wave of East Asian countries, notably including China have replicated the experience of the NICs, and this again muddies the water for one interested in focusing on the export experience of the increasingly heterogeneous category, developing countries.