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Does the new international trade regime leave room for industrialization policies in the middle-income countries?

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Examines how the development policies used by successful late industrializers would fare under the current WTO regime.

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  • Di Caprio, Alisa., 2004. "Does the new international trade regime leave room for industrialization policies in the middle-income countries?," ILO Working Papers 993712353402676, International Labour Organization.
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