Modelación de Política Gubernamental: El Caso de las Importaciones de Alimentos, Políticas de Precios y la Balanza de Pagos en Egipto
Food imports in LDCs are influenced by government policies which influence domestic production and consumption. Importing is typically an exclusive function of the state. Further, food imports are often of such proportions as to be an element of the balan
Volume (Year): 19 (1982)
Issue (Month): 58 ()
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