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001    22812509 
003    OCoLC 
005    19930621110545.0 
008    901116s1991    caua     b    001 0 eng   
010    90024969 
020    155815082X (pbk.) :|c$12.95 
035    brn61461 
040    DLC|beng|erda|cDLC|dOTC 
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050 00 HD2346.A57|bM36 1991 
082 00 381|220 
245 00 Markets in developing countries :|bparallel, fragmented, 
       and Black /|cedited by Michael Roemer and Christine Jones.
264  1 San Francisco, Calif. :|bICS Press ;|aLanham, Md. :
       |bDistributed to the trade by National Book Network,
264  4 |c©1991 
300    xvii, 267 pages :|billustrations ;|c23 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
500    "Developed from a workshop sponsored by the Harvard 
       Institute for International Development, Cambridge, 
       Massachusetts, November 1988"--T.p. verso. 
500    "A copublication of the International Center for Economic 
       Growth and the Harvard Institute for International 
504    Includes bibliographical references (p. 223-253) and 
650  0 Informal sector (Economics)|0
       /subjects/sh85066135|zAfrica, Sub-Saharan.|0http:// 
650  0 Informal sector (Economics)|0
650  0 Informal sector (Economics)|0
650  0 Black market|0
       sh85014583|zAfrica, Sub-Saharan.|0
650  0 Black market|0
650  0 Black market|0
700 1  Roemer, Michael,|d1937-1996.|0
700 1  Jones, Christine Winton.|0
710 2  Harvard Institute for International Development.|0http:// 
970 01 |tList of Tables 
970 01 |tList of Figures 
970 01 |tPreface 
970 01 |tEditors' Preface 
970 11 |lPt. 1|tIntroduction 
970 12 |lCh. 1|tParallel, Fragmented, and Black: A Taxonomy
       |cChristine Jones|fJones, Christine.|cDavid L. Lindauer
       |fLindauer, David L., 1952-|cMichael Roemer|fRoemer, 
970 11 |lPt. 2|tParallel Markets 
970 12 |lCh. 2|tThe Behavior of Parallel Markets in Developing 
       Countries|cChristine Jones|fJones, Christine.|cMichael 
       Roemer|fRoemer, Michael|p15 
970 12 |lCh. 3|tParallel Markets and the Rural Poor in a West 
       African Setting|cDetlev Puetz|fPuetz, Detlev, 1957-
       |cJoachim von Braun|fVon Braun, Joachim, 1950-|p29 
970 12 |lCh. 4|tCross-Border Trade between Niger and Nigeria, 
       1980-1987: The Parallel Market for the Naira|cJean-Paul 
       Azam|fAzam, Jean-Paul.|p47 
970 12 |lCh. 5|tThe Persistence of Shortages in Rural Black 
       Markets|cDavid Bevan|fBevan, David.|cPaul Collier|fCollier,
       Paul.|cJan Willem Gunning|fGunning, Jan.|p63 
970 12 |lCh. 6|tGovernment Pay and Employment Policy: A Parallel 
       Market in Labor|cDavid L. Lindauer|fLindauer, David L., 
970 12 |lCh. 7|tThe Parallel Labor Market for Illegal Aliens
       |cTrien T. Nguyen|fNguyen, Trien T.|p89 
970 11 |lPt. 3|tFragmented Credit Markets 
970 12 |lCh. 8|tTime and Money in the Western Sahel: A Clash of 
       Cultures in Gambian Rural Finance|cParker Shipton|fShipton,
970 12 |lCh. 9|tTransaction Costs and Quantity Rationing in the 
       Informal Credit Markets: Philippine Agriculture|cPan A. 
       Yotopoulos|fPan, A. Yotopoulos|cSagrario L. Floro|fFloro, 
       Sagrario L.|p141 
970 12 |lCh. 10|tHeterogeneous Firms and Efficient Financial 
       Intermediation in Taiwan|cTyler S. Biggs|fBiggs, Tyler S.
970 11 |lPt. 4|tThe Black Economy 
970 12 |lCh. 11|tTaxes, Corruption, and Bribes: A Model of Indian
       Public Finance|cOmkar Goswami|fGoswami, Omkar.|cAmal 
       Sanyal|fSanyal, Amal.|cIra N. Gang|fGang, Ira N.|p201 
970 11 |lPt. 5|tConclusion 
970 12 |lCh. 12|tWhat Have We Learned about Policy?|cMichael 
       Roemer|fRoemer, Michael|cChristine Jones|fJones, 
970 01 |tNotes and References|p223 
970 01 |tAbout the Contributors|p255 
970 01 |tIndex|p261 
971    |d19980821 

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