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Structural Adjustment and Income Distribution in Malaysia

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  • Robert E. B. Lucas
  • Donald W. Verry

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  • Robert E. B. Lucas & Donald W. Verry, 1994. "Structural Adjustment and Income Distribution in Malaysia," Boston University - Institute for Economic Development 40, Boston University, Institute for Economic Development.
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