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Trade adjustment policies and income distribution in three archetype developing economies

Jaime De Melo

Trade adjustment policies and income distribution in three archetype developing economies

by Jaime De Melo

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Published by World Bank in Washington, D.C., U.S.A .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Developing countries
    • Subjects:
    • Trade adjustment assistance -- Developing countries -- Mathematical models.,
    • Income distribution -- Developing countries -- Mathematical models.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Jaime de Melo and Sherman Robinson.
      SeriesWorld Bank staff working paper ;, no. 442
      ContributionsRobinson, Sherman.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHF1421 .D4 1980
      The Physical Object
      Paginationii, 91 p. :
      Number of Pages91
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3882884M
      LC Control Number81210456

      With such an adjustment the downward trend in the Gini almost disappears. Tracking the evolution of individual country-deciles shows the underlying elements that drive the changes in the global distribution: China has graduated from the bottom ranks, modifying the overall shape of the global income distribution in the process and creating an Cited by:   China and India, the two largest developing countries, are developing rapidly both inside themselves and towards global markets. Are these two economies dual or dueling? This 3-volume set tries to answer this question by providing comprehensive analyses scoping varied economic issues. This .

      Trade-specific adjustment programmes may nevertheless be attractive in order to help sell nationally beneficial trade-opening policies. In countries where general social protection is available, trade-specific programmes may be harder to justify, but in developing countries that lack general social protection, such specificity may make more sense. The Economic Effects of Trade: Overview and Policy Challenges Congressional Research Service 2 These proposed trade agreements raise questions and concerns over the role of trade in a country’s economy and how increased trade, or globalization more generally, affects its employment, the distribution of income, and its standard of Size: 1MB.

      Trade policies of developed countries Trade policies of developing countries The adjustment problem .. 23 Concluding This table contains revised GNP growth rates for the developing countries. Apparent income elasticityb File Size: KB. ©International Monetary Fund. Not for Redistribution 3 CHAPTER 1 Fiscal Policy and Income Inequality: An Overview B ENEDICT C LEMENTS, R UUD DE M OOIJ, M AURA F RANCESE, S ANJEEV G UPTA, AND M ICHAEL K EEN INTRODUCTION Inequality is at the forefront of the economic policy debate in much of the world. This interest.


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Conclusions By constructing three archetype economies that cover a broad range of initial conditions - resource endowments, past trade policies, and economic structure - this paper has examined the quantitative importance of different initial J. de Melo and S.

Robinson, Trade adjustment policies conditions in adjusting to an identical external by: The effects of the same external shock are modelled for three different archetype economies: a primary exporter, a manufacturing exporter, and a closed economy. Three different policy-adjustment regimes are considered: devaluation, premium rationing of imports (import licenses), and premium rationing in an environment with a fixed real wage for unskilled : Jaime de Melo, Sherman Robinson.

The effects of the same external shock are modelled for three different archetype economies: a primary exporter, a manufacturing exporter, and a closed economy. Three different policy-adjustment regimes are considered: devaluation, premium rationing of imports (import licenses), and premium rationing in an environment with a fixed real wage for unskilled labor.

Trade adjustment policies and income distribution in three archetype developing economies (English) Abstract This paper explores quantitatively the macroeconomic and distributional impacts on non-oil producing, semi-industrial developing countries of external shocks originating in the world economy - in particular, rising costs of imports and shrinking export.

Trade adjustment policies and income distribution in three archetype developing economies. is done with a computable general equilibrium (CGE) model. The effects of the same external shock are modelled for three different archetype economies: a primary exporter, a manufacturing exporter, and a closed economy.

Three different policy Cited by: Abstract. Structural adjustment policies may be defined as policy responses to external shocks, carried out with the objective of regaining the pre-shock growth path of the national economy. Regaining the growth path, in turn, will necessitate improvements in the balance of payments following the adverse effects of external shocks, since a country’s balance-of-payments position constrains its economic by: same external shock are modelled for three different archetype economies: a primary exporter, a manufacturing exporter, and a closed economy.

Three different policy-adjustment regimes are considered: devaluation, premium rationing of imports (import licenses), and premium rationing in an environment with a fixed real wage for unskilled labor.

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[Jaime De Melo; Sherman Robinson] # Trade adjustment assistance--Developing countries--Mathematical models\/span> \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0 schema. and structural adjustment policies on income distribution in what we shall refer to as "typical" Latin American and African economies.

This label is, of course, only suggestive and one could just as well think of our archetypes as representative of low-income and middle-income economies or of flexible and rigid economies. Because of stylized. Income Distribution, Poverty Measures and Trade Shocks: A Computable General Equilibrium Model of a Archetype Developing Country Article (PDF Available) January with 33 Reads How we.

National income, its distribution and the poor: Some differences between present day developing countries This paper attempts to answer three related questions about growth income distribution and poverty.

While Lewis’s focus were developing economies (surplus labour economies) of. de Melo, J. and S. Robinson (), ‘Trade Adjustment Policies and Income Distribution in Three Archetype Developing Countries’, Journal of Development Economics 10(1), 67– Google Scholar Downing, T.

(), Climate Change and Vulnerable Places: Global Food Security and Country Studies of Zimbabwe, Kenya, Senegal and Chile, Oxford Cited by: Trade Policy in the HPAEs • Some economists argue that the “East Asian miracle” is the payoff to the relatively open trade regime.

– The data in Table suggests that the HPAEs have been less protectionist than other, less developing countries, but they have by no means followed a policy of complete free Size: KB. Trade, Growth, and Poverty David Dollar and Aart Kraay Development Research Group, The World Bank June Abstract: A key issue today is the effect of globalization on inequality and poverty.

We first identify a group of developing countries that are participating more in globalization.formulas based on those models.

Because aggregate trade grows slowly, the long-run e ects are strongly discounted and, thus, are not the key determinants of the welfare gains from a change in trade policy.

We also nd that policy prescriptions based on static models can predict a loss from trade reform when our dynamic model predicts a gain.A Practical Guide to Trade Policy Analysis aims to help and data sources for trade policy analysis. The need for the book is based on the belief that good policy needs to be backed by good analysis.

By bringing together the most widely used approaches to how trade will affect income distribution within a .