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The challenges posed by globalization for economic liberalization in two Asian transitional countries: Laos and Vietnam

1st Person: Freeman, Nick J.
Type of Publication: Paper
Language: English
Published: UNU-WIDER 2001
Series: WIDER Discussion Paper
Keywords: Globalisierung
Außenhandelsliberalisierung
Laos
Vietnam
Globalization
Laos
Viet Nam
Online: https://www.econstor.eu/bitstream/10419/53002/1/333440633.pdf
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The challenges posed by globalization for economic liberalization in two Asian transitional countries: Laos and Vietnam
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The challenges posed by globalization for economic liberalization in two Asian transitional countries: Laos and Vietnam
Globalisierung
Außenhandelsliberalisierung
Laos
Vietnam
Globalization
Laos
Viet Nam
Freeman, Nick J.
WIDER Discussion Paper
title_short
The challenges posed by globalization for economic liberalization in two Asian transitional countries: Laos and Vietnam
title_full
The challenges posed by globalization for economic liberalization in two Asian transitional countries: Laos and Vietnam
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The challenges posed by globalization for economic liberalization in two Asian transitional countries: Laos and Vietnam
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The challenges posed by globalization for economic liberalization in two Asian transitional countries: Laos and Vietnam
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The challenges posed by globalization for economic liberalization in two Asian transitional countries: Laos and Vietnam
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electronic Article
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Paper
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UNU-WIDER
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2001
language
English
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Globalisierung
Außenhandelsliberalisierung
Laos
Vietnam
Globalization
Laos
Viet Nam
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Globalization
Laos
Viet Nam
author
Freeman, Nick J.
description
This paper examines the impact of globalization on two transitional economies in Asia. Both countries have undergone a radical economic reform process over the past decade, assisted by increases in external trade flows, foreign investment activity, and external assistance. However, the pace of economic reform has decelerated since the perceived perils of globalization—as evidenced by the Asian Crisis—have become more apparent to the leaderships of these two avowedly socialist states. Although neighbouring and fraternal countries, adopting broadly parallel economic liberalisation programmes, the forces of globalization have manifested themselves in different ways in Laos and Vietnam. The paper discerns these differences, and assesses whether the two countries are likely to overcome the current hiatus in their economic reform programmes.
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https://www.econstor.eu/bitstream/10419/53002/1/333440633.pdf
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WIDER Discussion Paper
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WIDER Discussion Paper
WIDER Discussion Paper
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WIDER Discussion Paper
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WIDER Discussion Paper
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2019-10-16T02:50:16.391Z
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