International Journal of Development Issues: Volume 5 Issue 2

Subject:

Table of contents

Aid for trade

Joseph E. Stiglitz, Andrew Charlton

Adjustment to a post‐Doha trading regime will be disproportionately costly and difficult for developing countries. Increased aid is vital for the poor countries if they…

Structural and institutional factors that influence the export decision

Winston Moore

This study attempts to identify the key structural and institutional factors that influence the decision to export using a database of 8,047 firms in manufacturing…

Achieving grassroots transformation in post‐apartheid South Africa

David Bek, Tony Binns, Etienne Nel, Brett Ellison

Ten years after the demise of apartheid, South Africa still faces significant development challenges. Government policy has focused mainly upon the macro‐economy, which…

Contradictions of neo‐liberal reforms on Mexico's balance of payments and labour markets

Jon Jonakin

Following the extension of trade and capital market reform in Mexico in the mid‐1980s, manufactured exports accelerated at an exponential rate. In spite of this remarkable…

Women workers in unorganized sector: A study on construction industry in Haryana

Santosh Nandal

A vast majority of India's labour force is in unorganized sector. In the absence of economic opportunities in their own states, many workers migrate across the other…

Cover of International Journal of Development Issues

ISSN:

1446-8956

Online date, start – end:

2003

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited

Open Access:

hybrid

Editor:

  • Dr Dilip Dutta