Trade Logistics in Landlocked and Resource Cursed Asian Countries

Charles Harvie (Hrsg.), Kankesu Jayanthakumaran (Hrsg.), Nagesh Shukla (Hrsg.), Odbayar Erdenetsogt (Hrsg.)

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Sozialwissenschaften, Recht, Wirtschaft / Volkswirtschaft

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This book focuses on strategies to achieve economic diversification in Asian landlocked countries. It does so by analysing the impact of the Dutch disease, non-resource firm heterogeneity, trade logistics operations, trade facilitation, aid for trade, small and medium-sized enterprises, and foreign direct investment. Offering a wide range of expert views and opinions, research findings, information and data, the book will be of value to policy makers and students of trade and development economics.

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Foreign aid and trade performance in a land locked country, SMEs in Laos PDR, Logistics simulations in improving cross-border trade, SMEs in land-locked countries, Economic Diversification in Resource Poor Countries, Strengthening non-resource intensive firms, Economic Diversification in Land Locked Countries, Mongolia and Foreign Direct Investement, Mongolian Special Economic Zones, Foreign Direct Investment in Central Asia, Strengthening trade facilitation measures, Dutch disease dimensions in a land locked economy, Trade Facilitation in South Asia, The Dutch disease and economic diversification, Foreign aid and trade performance in Nepal, Trade logistics and market access in ASEAN, Resource curse hypothesis and firm heterogeneity