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Legal transplants and economics: the World Bank and Third World economies in the 1980s - A case study of Jamaica, the Republic of Kenya and the Philippines

By Gail Edwards


This Thesis reviews the World Bank’s policy-based lending in the 1980s and its transplant of the neoclassical economic model on third world economies in response to the economic problems faced by countries such as Jamaica, the Republic of Kenya and the Philippines.MA Thesis by Gail Edwards, Masters student at the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies

Topics: ECO, HRDS, LAW
Year: 2007
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