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This is the companion volume to the publisher's Quantitative Development Policy Analysis> text, featuring exercises from the text, solutions, and discussion, plus IBM and Mac disks. Exercises illustrate theories and methods for the analysis of the economic implications of policy options, including partial equilibrium analysis, real exchange rate analysis, and multimarket models. Can be used for formal instruction of graduate students, or for self-study. No index. Annotation copyright Book News, Inc. Portland, Or.
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"Sadoulet and de Janvry do a good job in clarifying how intricate the measurement of economic phenomena often is, and in showing practitioners how to use available data to analyse policy effects. The book is recommended for all those who are involved in agricultural development policy but are not at home with present-day quantitative analysis. As such, it is a very useful complement to many textbooks on rural development and agricultural development policy... Comes with diskettes containing exercises pregrammed in Lotus and Excel, a welcome accommodation to the equipment commonly used by students and analysts." -- European Review of Agricultural Economics
"A landmark textbook which we would encourage all graduate students to read and grapple with. It draws on a wide ranging and up to date review of the literature. For professional agricultural economists working in development it would be an excellent starting point for those wishing to explore new ground or to see how the field has developed over the last few years." -- Journal of Agricultural Economics
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Book Description The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1994. paperback. Condition: As New. 24cm, 65p plus two diskettes. Seller Inventory # 18684