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Global Rules and Markets: Constraints over Policy Autonomy in Developing Countries

  • Yýlmaz Akyüz

    (Former Director,Division on Globalization and Development Strategies, and Chief Economict, UNCTAD)

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    Paper provided by Turkish Economic Association in its series Working Papers with number 2007/5.

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