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Research BriefCan trade in services bolster regional development in Southern Africa?
Service exports are the fastest growing portion of world trade and now account for nearly a quarter of global exports...Tradable sectors Services International trade
Journal ArticleThe decline of the labor income share in Mexico: 1990–2015
This article is currently available on early view. The paper studies the decline of the labor income share (LIS) in Mexico during the period 1990–2015...Labour share Non-tradable sectors Tradable sectors
Working PaperThe contribution of services to trade and development in Southern Africa
Services are the fastest growing portion of world trade and now account for nearly a quarter of global exports. This presents opportunities for emerging economies to adapt and enter new markets...Tradable sectors Services International trade
Working PaperThe decline of the labour share in Mexico: 1990–2015
This paper studies the decline of the labour share in Mexico during the period 1990–2015...Labour share Non-tradable sectors Tradable sectors