The authors are grateful to participants at the University of Quebec and Montreal (UQAM) and World Institute of Development Economics Research (WIDER) conferences held in October 2002 and March 2003, for useful comments. Special thanks are due to Bob Baulch, Kwan Choi, Ravi Kanbur, Tony Shorrocks, Erik Thorbecke, and Guanghua Wan for suggestions on how to improve the paper. The same goes for excellent comments by two anonymous referees. The usual caveats apply.
Trade Liberalization and Spatial Inequality: a Methodological Innovation in a Vietnamese Perspective
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Review of Development Economics
Volume 9, Issue 1, pages 69–86, February 2005
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Jensen, H. T. and Tarp, F. (2005), Trade Liberalization and Spatial Inequality: a Methodological Innovation in a Vietnamese Perspective. Review of Development Economics, 9: 69–86. doi: 10.1111/j.1467-9361.2005.00264.x
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