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Title Markets in developing countries : parallel, fragmented, and Black / edited by Michael Roemer and Christine Jones.
Imprint San Francisco, Calif. : ICS Press ; Lanham, Md. : Distributed to the trade by National Book Network, [1991]

Subject Informal sector (Economics) -- Africa, Sub-Saharan.
Informal sector (Economics) -- Philippines.
Informal sector (Economics) -- Taiwan.
Black market -- Africa, Sub-Saharan.
Black market -- Philippines.
Black market -- Taiwan.
Alt Name Roemer, Michael, 1937-1996.
Jones, Christine Winton.
Harvard Institute for International Development.
Description xvii, 267 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Note "Developed from a workshop sponsored by the Harvard Institute for International Development, Cambridge, Massachusetts, November 1988"--T.p. verso.
"A copublication of the International Center for Economic Growth and the Harvard Institute for International Development."
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references (p. 223-253) and index.
ISBN 155815082X (pbk.) : $12.95
OCLC # 22812509
Table of Contents
 List of Tables 
 List of Figures 
 Editors' Preface 
Pt. 1Introduction 
 Ch. 1Parallel, Fragmented, and Black: A Taxonomy / Christine Jones, David L. Lindauer, Michael Roemer3
Pt. 2Parallel Markets 
 Ch. 2The Behavior of Parallel Markets in Developing Countries / Christine Jones, Michael Roemer15
 Ch. 3Parallel Markets and the Rural Poor in a West African Setting / Detlev Puetz, Joachim von Braun29
 Ch. 4Cross-Border Trade between Niger and Nigeria, 1980-1987: The Parallel Market for the Naira / Jean-Paul Azam47
 Ch. 5The Persistence of Shortages in Rural Black Markets / David Bevan, Paul Collier, Jan Willem Gunning63
 Ch. 6Government Pay and Employment Policy: A Parallel Market in Labor / David L. Lindauer75
 Ch. 7The Parallel Labor Market for Illegal Aliens / Trien T. Nguyen89
Pt. 3Fragmented Credit Markets 
 Ch. 8Time and Money in the Western Sahel: A Clash of Cultures in Gambian Rural Finance / Parker Shipton113
 Ch. 9Transaction Costs and Quantity Rationing in the Informal Credit Markets: Philippine Agriculture / Pan A. Yotopoulos, Sagrario L. Floro141
 Ch. 10Heterogeneous Firms and Efficient Financial Intermediation in Taiwan / Tyler S. Biggs167
Pt. 4The Black Economy 
 Ch. 11Taxes, Corruption, and Bribes: A Model of Indian Public Finance / Omkar Goswami, Amal Sanyal, Ira N. Gang201
Pt. 5Conclusion 
 Ch. 12What Have We Learned about Policy? / Michael Roemer, Christine Jones217
 Notes and References223
 About the Contributors255

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