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Asia-Pacific Development Journal Vol.7 No.2, December 2000

  • Author: UN, ESCAP
  • Publication date: May 2001
  • Page count: 134
  • Language(s) in this book: English
  • Sales number: 01.II.F.3

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About the product

The primary emphasis of the Journal is the publishing of empirically based, policy-oriented articles which can engage the attention of policy makers, academicians and researchers. The articles analyze development issues and problems relevant to the Asia-Pacific region. This issue discusses the following topics: Five recent paradoxes and anomalies of economics; Corruption: causes, consequences and cures; Experience with tax reform in the Republic of Korea; and Pouring good money after bad: a comparison of Asian and developed country managerial decision-making in sunk cost situations in financial institutions. (The Asia-Pacific Development Journal is issued twice a year.)