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Volume 45, Number 10, November 2009

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Firm Productivity and Exports: Evidence from Ethiopian Manufacturing
pp. 1594-1614(21)
Authors: Bigsten, Arne; Gebreeyesus, Mulu

Does Group Affiliation Improve Firm Performance? The Case of Chinese State-Owned Firms
pp. 1615-1632(18)
Authors: Yu, Huanjun; Van Ees, Hans; Lensink, Robert

Technical Change and the Returns and Investments in Firm-level Training: Evidence from Thailand
pp. 1633-1650(18)
Authors: Yamauchi, Futoshi; Poapongsakorn, Nipon; Srianant, Nipa

Long-term Impacts of Droughts on Labour Markets in Developing Countries: Evidence from Brazil
pp. 1651-1662(12)
Authors: Mueller, Valerie; Osgood, Daniel

Do Community Members Share Development Priorities? Results of a Ranking Exercise in East African Rangelands
pp. 1663-1683(21)
Authors: Mcpeak, John; Doss, Cheryl; Barrett, Christopher; Kristjanson, Patti

The Impact of Ethiopia's Productive Safety Net Programme and its Linkages
pp. 1684-1706(23)
Authors: Gilligan, Daniel; Hoddinott, John; Taffesse, Alemayehu Seyoum

What Determines Productivity in Senegal? Sectoral Disparities and the Dual Labour Market
pp. 1707-1730(24)
Authors: Echevin, Damien; Murtin, Fabrice

Conditional Cash Transfers, Shocks, and School Enrolment in Nicaragua
pp. 1747-1767(21)
Authors: Gitter, Seth Richard; Barham, Bradford

The Post-Colonial Politics of Development
pp. 1768-1769(2)
Author: Kiely, Ray

The Political Economy of the World Bank: The Early Years
pp. 1769-1770(2)
Author: Dreher, Axel

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