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Economic Reform India and Elsewhere

Economic Reform: India and Elsewhere Lance Taylor If South Korea shows that the state can effectively intervene in the economy, the examples of Chile, Argentina, Mexico and Turkey suggest that an attempt by the authorities not to intervene and turn all decision-making over to the market can backfire for a variety of reasons not just confined to the sphere of economics.

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