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Prospects for partnership; industrialization and trade policies in the 1970s. Edited by Helen Hughes.

; World Bank
Baltimore, Johns Hopkins University Press [1973] .
ISBN 0801814987, 9780801814983, 9780801815003, 0801815002

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Other Authors Hughes, Helen, 1928-2013,
World Bank.
Subjects Commerce -- Congresses.
Commerce -- Congrès.
Commerce.
Commercial policy -- Congresses.
Commercial policy.
Developing countries -- Industries -- Congresses.
Developing countries.
Industrialization -- Developing countries -- Congresses.
Industrialization.
Industrie -- Pays en voie de développement -- Congrès.
Industries.
Politique commerciale -- Congrès.
Description xx, 289 pages illustrations 24 cm
Copyright Date [1973]
©1973
Notes "A seminar held at the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development, October 5 and 6, 1972."
Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Industrialization and trade trends: some issues for the 1970s / Hollis B. Chenery and Helen Hughes -- Trade, investment and labor, and the changing international division of production / Harry G. Johnson -- The role of the multinational corporation / Pierre Uri -- Employment in the industrialized countries / Caroline Miles -- Developing country alternatives / Mahbub Haq -- Policy issues in adjustment assistance: the United States / Robert Baldwin and John H. Mutti -- The European economic community approach to adjustment / Ferdnand Braun -- The Japanese experience and attitudes toward trade adjustment / Kiyoshi Kojima -- Summary and conclusions / Helen Hughes.
Genre Conference proceedings.
Geographic Area Developing countries
Network Numbers (OCoLC)817290
(OCoLC)ocm00817290
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