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by Arne Drud

eBook Thailand, an Analysis of Structural and Non-Structural Adjustments (No. 513) ePub
Author: Arne Drud
Language: English
ISBN: 0821300237
ISBN13: 978-0821300237
Publisher: World Bank (June 1, 1982)
Pages: 93
Subcategory: Other
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Structural adjustment programmes of international financial institutions have typically set the fiscal parameters within which health policies operate in developing countries

Structural adjustment programmes of international financial institutions have typically set the fiscal parameters within which health policies operate in developing countries. Yet, we currently lack a systematic understanding of the ways in which these programmes impact upon child and maternal health

This paper examines the structural adjustment process using evidence from the Thai clothing industry, with a view to informing the policy debate about international migration.

This paper examines the structural adjustment process using evidence from the Thai clothing industry, with a view to informing the policy debate about international migration. The analysis is based on in-depth interviews with 50 clothing firms in Thailand during November 2009–February 2010. The key finding is that not all firms opt to hire unskilled foreign workers.

Thailand, an analysis of structural and non-structural adjustments.

Structural adjustment programs (SAPs) consist of loans provided by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the World Bank (WB) to countries that experienced economic crises. The conditionality clauses attached to the loans have been criticized because of their effects on the social sector.

Productivity improvements through structural changes include changes in the .

Productivity improvements through structural changes include changes in the conditions of agricultural production, the use of energy, the productivity of primary factors of production, and the conditions governing import behavior. The article derives the implications of these adjustment methods in terms of income generation, external deficit, and inflation.

Drud, A. Grais, W. and Vujovic, D. (1982) Thailand: An Analysis of Structural and Non-Structural Adjustments, World Bank Staff Working Papers, Number 51. oogle Scholar. Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP), (1983) The ESCAP/ESI Model for Thailand, (Report for Project No. 79/GEN/DP/3), June. Torii, Y. and Tsumita, K. (1981) Gakkai Tenbo: Keizai Hatten to Informal Sector no Boucho (Expansion of Informal Sector in Economic Development: A Survey), Mita Gakkai Zassi (Journal of the Mita Economic Society), Vol. 74, No. 5, October, pp. 419–464.

Structural transformation; Thai agriculture; Thai agro-industry; Income distribution; Thailand's economic . World Bank Staff Working Paper No. 513. Washington, DC: World Bank.

Structural transformation; Thai agriculture; Thai agro-industry; Income distribution; Thailand's economic development; Thailand's economic growth; Input-output analysis; SAM analysis; CGE analysis.

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