Focusing on agricultural production in 19th century Austria, Sarah Walker argues that Catholic market power inhibited market integration.
Chris Findlay looks at the performance and potential of the services sector in Indonesia and the need for policy reforms.
Ron Duncan looks at the short- and long-term impact of aid on growth in several South Pacific nations.
Debdulal Mallick takes a new look at labour/capital substitution and the secular decline in the labour share of income.
The political economy of discretionary central government grants for infrastructure: empirical evidence from Indonesia
Günther Schulze discusses the influence of needs and political factors in determining the allocation of infrastructure grants to local governments in Indonesia.
Diana Contreras Suarez examines the main drivers of female labour force participation in Indonesia.
Professor Imran Ali provides a composite analysis of Pakistan’s economic performance and prospects.
Food safety legislation in Malaysia: implications for imports and harmonisation of regulations in Southeast Asia
Evelyn Devadason looks at the many non-tariff measures that restrict Malaysia’s food imports.
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