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UNU-WIDER ECR- Double UNU-WIDER Special Issue: Southern Growth Engines and Technology Giants

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Southern Growth Engines and Technology Giants (Journal Special Issue)

Economic Change and Restructuring Empirical and Policy Research on the Transitional and Emerging Economies. Double UNU-WIDER Special Issue: Southern Growth Engines and Technology Giants
Economic Change and Restructuring Empirical and Policy Research on the Transitional and Emerging Economies. Double UNU-WIDER Special Issue: Southern Growth Engines and Technology Giants
Fast-growing developing countries have emerged as an important destination and source of trade, investments and technology. Furthermore, trade between developing countries has grown rapidly over the last decades, and is becoming more diversified, where exchange includes from primary commodities to manufactures and high-end services. The aim of the special issue is to look at these dynamics and how the leading developing countries have turn into growth engines and technology drivers.
Publisher:
Economic Change and Restructuring
Volume:
44 Numbers 1-2
Title:
Southern Growth Engines and Technology Giants (Journal Special Issue)
Authors:
Guest Edited by Amelia U. Santos-Paulino and Guanghua Wan
Publication date:
2011
Copyright holder:
© Springer Science+Business Media
Copyright year:
2011
Keywords:
China, India, Brazil, South Africa, Growth, Innovation, Trade specialization
JEL:
O3, o4
Project:
Southern Engines of Global Growth

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