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Asian Development Outlook: 1992

Asian Development Outlook: 1992 (Paperback)

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The Asian Development Outlook is the Asian Development Bank's annual survey of economic progress in the developing countries of Asia and the Pacific. First published in 1989, the Outlook provides a comprehensive yet concise review of recent economic developments and an overview of current issues. Economic trends within the region and medium-term prospects are discussed against a background of developments in the world economy. Part I of the Outlook begins with an assessment of global economic trends affecting the region. It then traces recent growth experiences in the developing economies of Asia and the Pacific. Important aspects of regional macroeconomic performance and policy adjustment are reviewed and growth prospects evaluated. In Part II, detailed profiles of 25 developing Asian and Pacific developing countries are presented, including analyses of recent macroeeconomic performances. Topics examined include growth, savings and investment; employment; fiscal and monetary policies; and trade and balance of payments. Prospects for the next two years are presented for each country. Part III of each issue of the Outlook presents a detailed analysis of a specific development issue.

For 1992, the issue is rural poverty in Asia. The basic issues if rural poverty are addressed, and policies of a number of countries aimed at poverty alleviation are examined.

BusinessEconomicsDevelopment economicsReference & ResearchEncyclopaedias & reference worksReference worksYearbooks, annuals, almanacs Publisher: Oxford University Press (China) Ltd Publication Date: 01/04/1992 ISBN-13: 9780195857429  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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