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Explaining miracles : growth regressions meet the Gang of Four / William Easterly
Bib ID 1814911
Format BookBook
Author
Easterly, William Russell
 
Description Washington, D.C. : World Bank, Policy Research Department, Macroeconomics and Growth Division, 1994 
39 p. ; 28 cm. 
Series

Policy research working papers ; 1250.

Notes

Bibliography: p. 21-26.

Subjects East Asia -- Economic conditions.  |  East Asia -- Economic policy.
Other authors/contributors World Bank. Macroeconomics and Growth Division

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