3 edition of Small-scale enterprises in developing and transitional economies found in the catalog.
Small-scale enterprises in developing and transitional economies
Includes bibliographical references and index
|Statement||edited by Homi Katrak and Roger Strange|
|Contributions||Katrak, H., Strange, Roger|
|LC Classifications||HD2346.5 .S63 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 319 p. :|
|Number of Pages||319|
|LC Control Number||2001036988|
Of course, IMF program negotiations and the bulk of its periodic surveillance discussions continue to be with the executive branch of government, and the roles of finance ministers and central bankers in this process remain critical. The five regions subject to the present study NCR, Regions 3, 4, 7 and 11 hold a combined share of However economic reform had slowed in areas such governance, enterprise restructuring and competition policy, which remained substantially below the standard of other developed market economies. Countries that undertook more structural reforms in the early years of transition experienced a stronger rebound in output. Banks' open foreign exchange positions should be strictly limited. Here, A.
The Doha agenda places the needs and interests of the developing countries closer to the heart of work of the World Trade Organization WTO. If you know of missing items citing this one, you can help us creating those links by adding the relevant references in the same way as above, for each refering item. Although the foundations had been laid for a functioning market economy through sustained liberalization, comprehensive privatization, openness to international trade and investment, and the establishment of democratic political systems there remained institutional challenges. The best evidence that the Chinese model of two-track reforms could not have worked is that it was in fact tried in some CIS countries and failed.
Small companies are often established from family business. Washington, DC: World Bank. Moreover, the Soviet Union did not have the organizational and social capital to maintain the existing level of output and the structure of industry, while the underpinnings of a capitalist economy were being developed. What explains the subsequent recovery in measured output? Unfortunately, the element of surprise is gone for most policymakers or researchers.
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As some observers of the transition have stated: " There may be a case for imposing or retaining some capital controls, especially price-based controls on short-term inflows. Does that experience suggest that privatization should become a "dirty word" and renationalization should be considered?
Economic output declined much more than expected. Work on privatization of large-scale enterprises, and work on legal and institutional reforms could also begin right away, but it was not expected that it could be completed quickly. The study concludes that accounting information system has significant impact on the sales and asset growth of SMEs in Lagos Metropolis.
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The critics are also right that too much emphasis was placed in the initial stages of transition on who owned the assets, that is, whether it was the state or the private sector.
Private capital flows to developing countries now exceed development aid many times over. Third, there is the well-known criticism of speedy liberalization and stabilization: the "shock therapy" was "too much shock, too little therapy. As imports grew and exporters failed to respond to opportunities in world markets due to the poor quality of their products and lack of resources for investment, the trade deficit expanded, putting downward pressure on the exchange rate.
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The Doha agenda places the needs and interests of the developing countries closer to the heart of work of the World Trade Organization WTO. Google Scholar Steel, W.
The best evidence that the Chinese model of two-track reforms could not have worked is that it was in fact tried in some CIS countries and failed. Google Scholar Larrain, J. The financial statements, such as the profit and loss accounts, statement of financial position and the cash flow statement of SMEs cannot easily be prepared.
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