Does trade liberalization enhance income growth and equity in Zimbabwe?: the role of complimentary policies
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- Jaime de Melo & Sherman Robinson, 2015.
"Trade Policy And Resource Allocation In The Presence Of Product Differentiation,"
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- Margaret Chitiga & Tonia Kandiero & Ramos Mabugu, 2005.
"Computable General Equilibrium Micro-Simulation Analysis of the Impact of Trade Policies on Poverty in Zimbabwe,"
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- Margaret Chitiga & Ramos Mabugu & Tonia Kandiero, 2007. "A Computable General Equilibrium Micro-Simulation Analysis of the Impact of Trade Policies on Poverty in Zimbabwe," Working Papers 200715, University of Pretoria, Department of Economics.
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KeywordsTrade liberalization Econometric models.; Zimbabwe Economic policy.; Income distribution Zimbabwe.; Fiscal policies ;
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