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2018

2017 (Fr.o.m. 2017 hanteras MFS centralt vid Lunds universitet.)

2016 (T.o.m. 2016 hanterades MFS lokalt vid Nationalekonomiska institutionen.)

247: Victoria Bahar Towliat
Missing Women Found on Historical Tea Plantations: Evidence from British India (2016:4)

246: Marie Thylén & Valter Selén
Beg, Borrow or Sell – The Impact of Microcredit on Financial Inclusion (2016:3)

245: Lisa Grabo
The Economic Effects of EU Sanctions Imposed on Myanmar (2016:2)

244: Thea Holmlund & Saga Sohlman
Do Cash Transfers Have the Ability to Empower Women? (2016:1)

2015

243: Emma Brunberg
Conditional Cash Transfers and Gender Equality: Short-Term Effects on Female Empowerment (2015:7)

242: Erik Simonsson & Axel Wallin
Mobile Banking and Women Empowerment – A Field Study in Kenya (2015:6)

241: Isabelle Gebretensaye
Chinese Foreign Direct Investments in Ethiopia – The Potential for Development or a Development Trap? (2015:5)

240: Adam Michaelsson
Mobile Money, Transfers and Social Networks – A Field Study of the Use of Tigo Money in Guatemala (2015:4)

239: Malin Berg von Linde
Higher Education and Female Labour Market Participation – An Empirical Study with Evidence from Chile (2015:3)

238: Vanessa Nordmark
The Chinese Music Industry: Which Strings do Intellectual Property Rights and Social Norms Play? (2015:2)

237: Erik Corsman
Has China Passed its Lewis Turning Point? – A Study of Regional Variation (2015:1)

2014

236: Jennifer Dahlin Ivarsson
Mobile-Banking and Entrepreneurship - Is There a Link? a Case Study on South Africa (2014:6)

235: Isabell Johannesson & Marina Steendam
Can Mobile Banking Reduce the Presence of Corrution? A Minor Field Study in Kenya (2014)

234: Kerstin Olsson 
Property Rights as a Determinant of Foreign Direct Investments (2014:5)

233: Josefine Lundin & Josefin Kilman
Testing the Big Push Hypothesis – The Case of Montserrat (2014:4)

232: Evelina Nilsson
What Can Trade Facilitation do for Ghana? (2014:3)

231: Filip Hellberg
A Blossoming Ethiopia – Investigating the Impact of Private Standards in the Ethiophian Horticulture Sector (2014:2)

230: Jakob Tejler
Effects of Reforms in a Corrupt Institution – A Minor Field Study on Corruption in Higher Education in Georgia (2014:1)

2013

229: Johanna Ringkvist
Womens Empowerment Through Microfinance – A Case Study on Burma (2013:9)

228: Joakim Svensson
Measuring Barriers to Cross-Provincial Trade in the People's Republic of China (2013:8)

227: Emilia Palm & Daniel Anders Nyberg
Can China Stomach What's in Store in Store for Them? China's Evolving Food Consumption Patterns (2013:7)

226: Cecilia Kahn
The Determinants of Microsaving – A Field Study in Nepal (2013:6)

225: Fredrik Graflund
The Impact of Microcredits on Women's Empowerment – A Case Study of Microcredit in the Tangail District, Bangladesh (2013:5)

224: Hanna Nilsson & Karin Sjöberg
An Evaluation of the Impacts of Bolsa Familia on Schooling (2013:4)

223: Linus Ekman
Currency Competition and the Denomination of Wages in the Palesitinian Territories (2013:3)

222: Karin Lindell
Improvements in Numercy on a Micro Level: A Field Study in the Philippines (2013:2)

221: Ludvig Foghammar
Effects of Internet Usage on Tolerance – A Field Study in Niue (2013:1)

2012

220: Alvina Erman
Entitled to Progress – A Study of the Impact of Property Titling for Urban Poor by Focusing on Three Potential Poverty-Reducing Mechanisms; Access to Credit, Quality of Housing and Allocation of Labor in Lima, Peru (2012:5)

219: Erik Eldblom & Tove Jarl
Can We Trust the Measurement of Trust? Investigating the Validity of the Standard Trust Question (2012:4)

218: Maria Ahren
Home Country Tariffs and FDI in China (2012:3)

217: Sara Moricz
The Causal Effect of Local Elections on Economic Growth (2012:2)

216: Hanna Fromell
Does a Commercial Banking Sector Benefit the Poor? A Minor Field Study in Kenya (2012:1)

2011

215: Johannes Lissdaniels & Fredrik Saïd Madsen
The Fall and Rise of the Brazilian Cotton Sector – An Institutional Analysis of the Recent Success. (2011:7)

214: Christopher Wingård
Tariffic Tuna - A Study on the Impact of Rules of Origin on Thailand's Tuna Trade (2011:6)

213: John Svending
The Institutional Channels of the Resource Curse - A Case Study of Bolivia (2011:5)

212: Annie Emilsson
The Impact of Remittances on Labor Supply: The Case of Jordan (2011:4)

211: Linnéa Ödén
Efficiency of the Rice Market Channel in the Office du Niger (2011:3)

210: Erik Bustad & Linn Glimeus
Evaluating Fiscal Decentralization in Peru (2011:2)

209: Fredrika Cruce
Evaluating Value Added Tax Reform in Morocco (2011:1)

2010

208: Martin Eriksson
Reciprocity, Nepotism or Costly Signaling - Evidence from Mobile Phone Money Transfers in Nairobi (2010:10) 

207: Emma Lindqvist & Ebba Littorin
The Way the Cookie Crumbles? A Study of the Relationship Between Gender and Corruption in Ghana (2010:9)

206: Karl McShane & Johan Nilsson
Determinants of Corruption – A Study of Zambian Ministries (2010:8)

205: Martin Larsson & Sofie Sjöborg
The Effects of Growth and Inequality on Poverty in Honduras (2010:7)

204: Ylva Wide
Assessing the Competitiveness in Mozambique (2010:6)

203: Karin Göransson & Anna Östergren
Is Trust a Necessity? A Case Study of Group Lending within Microfinance in the Mbarara District, Uganda (2010:5)

202: Annika Marking
Trade Liberalization and Tax Reforms in Cape Verde (2010:4)

201: Hanna Nilsson
Structure, Reforms and Performance of the Ugandan Cotton Sector (2010:3)

200: Gustaf Salomonsson & Oscar Sandberg
Assessing and Remedying the Natural Resource Curse in Equatorial Guinea (2010:2)

199: Johan Fredborn Larsson
The Transition in Kazakhstan – From Command to Market Economy (2010:1)

2009

198: Helena Lundstedt & Sara Pärssinen
Cocoa is Ghana, Ghana is Cocoa – Evaluating Reforms of the Ghanaian Cocoa Sector (2009:12)

197: Lisa Curman
Ownership of the Poverty Reduction Strategy in Rwanda (2009:11)

196: Ylva Kalin
FDI in Colombia – Policy and Economic Effects (2009:10)

195: Elin Jönsson & Elin Åkerman
Direct Cash Transfer and Food Security in Georgia (2009:9)

194: Sigrid Colnerud Granström
The Informal Sector and Formal Competitiveness in Senegal (2009:8)

193: Anna Andersson
Made in Madagascar – The Impact of Rules of Origin on the Textile and Clothing Industry (2009:7)

192: Erudita Hoti
Remittances and Poverty in Albania (2009:6)

191: Joakim Persson
The Impact of a Quota System on Women's Empowermen – A Field Study in West Bengal, India (2009:5)

190: Tora Hammar
Trade Facilitation in Vietnam – Recent Progress and Impact (2009:4)

189: Sara Forssell
Rice Price Policy in Thailand – Policy Making and Recent Developments (2009:3)

188: Tora Bäckman
Fairtrade Coffee and Development – A Field Study in Ethiopia (2009:2)

187: Katarina Öjteg
Socio-Economic Determinants of HIV in Zambia – A District-Level Analysis (2009:1)

2008

186: Gabriel Andréasson
Evaluating the Effects of Economic Sanctions Against Burma (2008:2)

185: Sonja Luoma & Maria Persson
A Path to a Life of Dreams? A Study on Financial Markets, Microcredit and Gender in Uganda (2008:1)

2007

184: Emma Svensson
Microfinance, Financial Systems and Economic Growth – A Theoretical Framework and Findings from Bolivia (2007:11)

183: Emil Samnegård
How Does Fairtrade Affect the Market? A Case Study in South Africa (2007:10)

182: Charlotta Undén
Multinational Corporations and Spillovers in Vietnam – Adding Corporate Social Responsibility (2007:9)

181: Peter Holmvall
Remittances and Poverty – A Case Study of the Philippines (2007:8)

180: Linna Palmqvist
Corporate Social Responsibility and Development – A Case Study of the CSR Strategies of International Companies in India (2007:7)

179: Åsa Hindenborg
On the Role of Remittances in Microfinance – Creating Transnational Financial Services in El Salvador (2007:6)

178: Mikael Fridell
Exploring the Roles of Informal, Formal and Semiformal Microcredit in Jordan (2007:5)

177: Emmylou Tuvhag
The Costa Rican Experience of Fair Trade Coffee – Impact on Producers and Producer Organisations (2007:4)

176: Maria Holmlund
Income Poverty – A Case Study of Sri Lanka (2007:3)

175: Josefina Danielsson & Johanna Persson
Explaining the Success of the Indian IT Industry (2007:2)

174: Christian Svensson
Dynamics of Special Economic Areas in South China – Industrial Upgrading and Improving Working Conditions (2007:1)

2006

173: Martin Dahlberg
Spillover Effects of FDI in the Service Sector in Morocco – A Case Study of the Emerging Call-Centre Industry (2006:5)

172: Cecilia Eriksson & Annika Persson
Convergence in GDP Growth Rates across the Provinces of China (2006:4)

171: Annika Bergman
FDI and Spillover Effects in the Indian Pharmaceutical Industry (2006:3)

170: Jonas Widmark
Nature-Based Tourism in the Cuyabeno Reserve of Ecuador - A Choice Experiment Survey (2006:2)

169: Linus Blom
Land Reform and Gender Equality in South Africa (2006:1)

2005

168: Lena Fredriksson & Hanna Wendel
Food Safety Standards and Seafood Exports from Morocco – Catalyst or Barrier? (2005:10)

167: Therese Nilsson
Remittances and Poverty in El Salvador (2005:9)

166: Isabelle Ahlström & Camilla Stålros
International Fragmentation in Textile and Apparel Production – A Case Study of ASEAN and Thailand (2005:8)

165: Fredrik Kannesten
Expansion of Manufacturing, Export and Investment in Kyrgyzstan (2005:7)

164: Charlotte Jacobson & Sara Lindberg
An Evaluation of the Offshore Regime in Tunisia (2005:6)

163: Anna Fahlén & Anna Lerner
South Africa Out of GEAR – The North West Province Potentials and Constraints for Economic Development (2005:5)

162: Susanne Bengtsson & Martina Högberg
Does Integration Matter for FDI? – The Case of the Car Industry in Mercosul (2005:4)

161: Ida Björk
Spillover Effects of FDI in the Manufacturing Sector in Chile (2005:3)

160: Mats Furby
Evaluating the Malaysian Export Processing Zones – With Special Focus on the Electronic Industry (2005:2)

159: Alexander Hellquist
Are Divergent Preferences between Benefactors and Beneficiaries an Obstacle to Community-based Conservation? A Case Study of the Palas Valley, Northern Pakistan (2005:1)

2004

158: Sara Bandstein & Jens Dietrichson
Incentives, Ownership and Sustainability – A Comparative Study of German and Swedish ODA to Namibia (2004:12)

157: Emelie Aurell & Maria Gunnarsson
Basic Education in Rural Ghana – An Analysis of the Education-for-All Goal in a Subsistence Farming Community (2004:11)

156: Louise Bjurström & Sara Norrman
Integration and Disintegration in Mercosur – The Impact of Macroeconomic Instability (2004:10)

155: Love Theodossiadis
Tax Reforms and Macroeconomic Stabilisation in Mozambique (2004:9)

154: Karin Fries & Anna Graneli
Textiles and Clothing in Madagascar – Effects of Preferential Trading Arrangements and International Production Fragmentation (2004:8)

153: Johanna Lindgren
Grassland Degradation in Western China (2004:7)

152: Lina von Seth
"Open-Door Policy" in Burma – Design, Outcome and Limits (2004:6)

151: Josefin Hedbrandh & Therese Nilsson
Pro-Poor Growth by Agriculture – A Study on Poverty Reduction Strategies of Tanzania and Zambia (2004:5)

150: Marcus Hartwall & Sofia Hercules
Public Private Partnerships in the Water Distribution Sector – A Case Study in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania (2004:4)

149: Martin Hessel & Carina Folkesson
Public Policy to Attract Foreign Direct Investment – The Case of Brazil (2004:3)

148: Susanna Kinnman
Managing Agricultural Export Instability – The Case of Rice and Coffee in Vietnam (2004:2)

147: Anders Stromberg
The Sida Guarantee for MTN-Uganda Accessing Local Currency Debt in Sub-Saharan Africa for the Financing of Private Infrastructure (2004:1)

2003

146: Johan Dencker
The Role of Community Participation in Health Sector Decentralization – A Study of the Virtues and Limits of Health Unit Management Committees in Mbarara District, Uganda (2003:9)

145: Carl Lundgren & Rebecka Åberg
Ageing in Heaven – The Stability of the Pension Systems in Mauritius (2003:8)

144: Åsa Karlsson
Financial Reforms in India (2003:7)

143: Frida Hjalte & Niclas Boheman
Demand for Paradise, Why does it Not exist? A Study on Socio-Economic Impacts of Ecotourism in Tamanjaya (2003:6)

142: Carl Werner
Clean Air in Bangkok. A Cost-effectiveness Study of Pollution Reduction (2003:5)

141: Carl Barnekow
Why was Indonesia hardest Hit by the East Asian Crisis? (2003:4)

140: Kim Gustavsson
Uruguay and Mercosur – A Study on Integration and Trade (2003:3)

139: Niclas Johansson & Pernilla Johansson
Are PRSP:s Making a Difference? A Case Study of the Health Sector in Malawi (2003:2)

138: Lorena Acevedo Narea
High Growth and Poverty Reduction – Chile a Case Study 1985-2001 (2003:1)

2002

137: Kajsa Helmbring
The Africa-Dummy – Is there a Social Capital Deficit in the Mozambican Economy? (2002:12)

136: Ola Carlsson
Rural Reforms in the Uzbek Cotton Sector – Small Steps Forward (2002:11)

135: Thomas Jakobsson
The Industrial Location and Specialization in the AFTA-area and within Thailand (2002:10)

134: Marie Lindblad
For Better or For Worse? A Case Study of the Venezuelan Labour Market and the Effects of the Minimum Wage on Income and Employment (2002:9)

133: Karin Stenberg
Unequal Choices – Structure and Causes of Social Disparities in Educational Investments in Bolivia (2002:8)

132: Erik Arvidsson
Achieving Sustainablility in Zambia? A study of Two Approaches (2002:7)

131: Stefan Larsson
Social Capital and NGOs in India – The Case of Selected Villages in Gullbarga (2002:6)

130: Eva Jönsson & Petra Klevås
Non-Governmental Organisation´s Role in the Creation of Social Capital – A Case Study of BRAC (2002:5)

129: Fredrik Nilsson
NAFTA and Trade in Textiles. The Role of ROO (2002:4)

128: Susanna Hughes & Silja Marit Zetterqvist
Employment Equity in Post-Apartheid South Africa (2002:3)

127: Martin Christensson
Why Membership in the East African Community? A Tanzanian Perspective (2002:2)

126: Paula Hallonsten
Reforming Cuban Socialism – Not too Fast and Not too Far (2002:1)

2001

125: Anna Råman
Small- and Mediumsized Enterprises in Côte d´Ivoire: A Transaction Cost Perspective (2001:6)

124: Pia Holmberg
Sustainable Development – The Case of Coffee Production i Dak Lak (2001:5)

123: Catherine Ridderstad & Caroline Leijonhufvud
Mobilization of Credrit to the Poor (2001:4)

122: Anders C Johansson & Binh Ho
Malaysia – Going its own way. A Case Study on Financial Crisis and Crisis Management (2001:3)

121: Cecilia Eek
The Impact of Women´s Status on fertility (2001:2)

120: Karin Oscarius & Cecilia Palm
Factors Influencing the Supply Response – A Case Study on Smallholders Producing Coffee in Kilimanjaro, Tanzania (2001:1)

 

2000

119: Martin Söderlund & Richard Vereby
Institutional Constraints to Formal Sector Lending – A Case Study of Tanzania (2000:11)

118: Linn Takeuchi
Antidumping in Mexico (2000:10)

117: Frederic Larsson
Consolidating Peace through Economic Interaction – The Two-Country Case of Israel and Jordan (2000:9)

116: Magnus Lindskog
The Stolper-Samuelson Theorem: Theory or Reality? A Case Study of the Mexican Manufacturing Industry after the Implementation of NAFTA (2000:8)

115: Mariell Juhlin
Structural Adjustment in Costa Rica between 1987-1998: Impact on Poverty and Income Distribution (2000:7)

114: Anders Winstrand
Two Flowers of Friendship. A Study of the Phasing out of Swedish Development Support to two Hospitals in Vietnam (2000:6)

113: Johan Stjernfält
Obstacles and Constraints in the Ghanaian Privatization Process (2000:5)

112: Charlotte Lundgren
Evaluating Export Processing Zones in the Dominican Republic (2000:4)

111: Cecilia Wilhelmsson
To Send or not to Send – a Girl to School. The Influence of Socio-Economic Factors on Parents' Decision to Invest in Education in Urban and Rural Ethiopia (2000:3)

110: Sara Mattsson
Livestock and Crop Economcy – Agricultural Reforms in Post-Communist Mongolia (2000:2)

109: Emil Vinterhav
Industry in Palestine – On the Regional Distribution of Economic Activity (2000:1)

 

1999

108: Lars Lindvall
Diversification in Small Scale Agriculture – A Case Study of Vietnam (1999:12)

107: Sofia Fägersten
Shenzen Special Economic Zone, Not so Special anymore? (1999:11)

106: Stefan Gustavsson
Social Concern in Trade Agreements – The Case of the North American Agreement on Labor Cooperation (NAALC) and Mexico (1999:10)

105: Charlotta Hyllenius
Micro Finance and Poverty Reduction – Experiences from Java (1999:9)

104: Lollo Darin-Ericson & Martin Nilsson
Dutch Disease in a Gabonese Context – A Case Study (1999:8)

103: Anders Blom
Paraguay and Mercosur – Integration Between Unequal Partners (1999:7)

102: Torvald Bennäs
The HICP-Initiative and Poverty Alleviation. Uganda. A Case Study (1999:6)

101: Thomas Christensson
Sequencing of Reforms. A Case Study of the Reform Programs in Tanzania (1999:5)

100: Henrik Isakson
Human Capital Investments in Uganda. A Study of Investments in Primary Schooling with a Special Look at the Determinants Influencing School Attainment (1999:4)

99: Carlotta Pettrsson & Jenny Runesson
Agricultural Reforms in Madagascar (1999:3)

98: Freweini Tesfamariam
Evaluating the Effectiveness of Stabex. The Ethiopian Case, 1975-1995 (1999:2)

97: Elin Carlsson
Indonesian Experience with Financial Sector Reform: A Study of Capital Allocation under the New Order (1999:1)

1998

96: Jens Sörvik
The Pension Systems of Peru (1998:12)

95: Maria Taddesse
Famine Prevention? Household Food Security and the Role of Credit. A Case Study of the Rural Credit and Savings Scheme in Tigray, Ethiopia (1998:11)

94: Pia Larsson
Conflict, Cooperation and Female Empowerment. A Multilevel Comparative Study of Urban Employed and Semi-Rural Self-Employed Women in Senegal (1998:10)

93: Charlotta Johansson & Sven Olander
Alleviation of Poverty? Effects of Structural Adjustment – The Case of the Philippine Coconut Industry (1998:9)

92: Josefine af Ekenstam
Contemporary Reflection of Teachers' Salaries in Bolivia (1998:8)

91: Nicolas Audibert
Morocco and the EU – A Study of Trade Preferences (1998:7)

90: Anna Wabréus
Female Labour Force Participation and Fertility – A Case Study of Garment Workers in Dhaka (1998:6)

89: Tina Ljungkvist
ASEAN and EU. A Study on Trade and Specialisation (1998:5)

88: Andreas Karlsson
Integrating China to the World Economy (1998:4)

87: Ann Larsson & Hubert Kjellberg
The Rise of Open Regionalism in South America. A study of Mercosur (1998:3)

86: Spire Kironde
Pakistan. Implementation of the Family Planning Programme vis á vis the Social-Economic Constraints (1998:2)

85: Anna Norfalk & True Schedvin
Trade and Specialization of the AFTA – Patterns and Prospects (1998:1)

1997

84: Åsa Leander
Is China Running Out of Power? An Analysis of China's Energy & Electricity Demand between 1990-2020 (1997)

83: Maria Nilsson
Ghana. Ten Years of Financial Reform 1985-1995 (1997)

82: Torun Israelsson & Kristina Modée
Hidrovía Paraguay-Paraná – A micro perspective (1997)

81: Charlotte Abelin
The Application of a Cost Benefit Approach on Rural Water Supply Projects. A Minor Field Study of UNICEF’s Water Supply Project in Udaipur in Rajahastan (1997)

80: Henrik Häggström
Spinal Cord Injuries in Palestine. A Cost-of-Illness Analysis and a Cost-Utility-Analysis of a SCI Rehabilitation Programme (1997)

79: Eva Olsson
The Institutional Change in Ethiopia. 1989 and onwards (1997)

78: Miriam Hast
Time Supply Behaviour of Women in Income-Generating Project – A Case Study of Women in the Seed Multiplication Project, Mkushi, Zambia (1997)

77: Malcolm Ehrenpreis
Zimbabwean Structural Adjustment. Women and Health Fees in Habane Township (1997)

76: Katariina Hakkala & Per Ola Nilsson
Trade Liberalisation under Transition in Vietnam – A study on Trade and Specialisation (1997)

75: Maria Meyer
The Competition for Resources. Is there Room for the Elephant in Zimbabwe’s Reformed Economy? (1997)

74: Andreas Madestam
Is there a Future? Long-term Sustainability of Water Supply and Sanitation in Metropolitan Cebu (1997)

1996

73: Fredrik Söderbaum
The New Regionalism and the Quest for Development Cooperation and Integration in Southern Africa (1996)

72: Anna Fälth
Combating Deforestation. Is Community Forestry an Answer to Sustainable Forestry? A Field Study in Nepal (1996)

71: Maria Tengroth
Employment-Based Safety Nets – The Case of Ethiopia (1996)

70: Anders Norrlid & Svante Persson
Cuba’s Step Forward? Cuban Economic Reforms in the Nineties (1996)

69: Therése Hindman
Non-Agricultural Activities and Rural Linkages. A Case Study of Côte d’Ivoire with Special Emphasis on Tollatamoukro and Agbangnassou, Two Villages in the Bouaké Region (1996)

68: Karl-Gustaf Anderberg
The West Bank and Gaza Strip. A Study of the Economic Implications of the Peace Process, with Special Emphasis on Palestinian Foreign Trade (1996)

67: Ulrika Brobäck & Jenny Säve-Söderbergh
Conditions for Women in the Zimbabwean Labour Segregation and Discrimination (1996)

66: Joakim Gullstrand
Trade Preferences and their Impact on a Small Country. The case of Tunisia (1996)

1995

65: Ola Ghatnekar & Henrik Lindroth
Export Pattern and Prospects of the South African Manufacturing Sector (1995)

64: Anders Billing & Helén Ottosson
The New Outward-oriented Zimbabwe. Trade Liberalisation in the Presence of Distorted Factor Markets and its Implications for Income Distribution (1995)

63: Marija Brdarski
Labour Supply Behaviour of Self-Employed Women (1995)

62: Magnus Cedergren
Fiscal Reforms and Macroeconomic Stabilisation in Cambodia (1995)

61: Jonas Vlachos
Communal Land Tenure and Land Degradation. A Minor Field Study of the Elim Constituency Omusati Region, Namibia (1995)

60: Åsa Stenborg, Klas Öberg
TB Lethal, but Curable – An Organisational Study of Indian TB-Care from Two Perspectives (1995)

59: Fredrik Sjöholm
Growth in Productivity from Direct Foreign Investment and Internationale Trade: Results from Indonesian Establishment Data (1995)

58: Niklas André & Christina Hedström
An Analysis of the Privatization Process in Nicaragua (1995)

57: Roland Engkvist
Poverty Alleviation and Rural Development Through Public Works: The Case of the Employment Guarantee Scheme in Maharashtra (1995)

56: Magnus Runnbeck & Mikael Nilsson
From Red to Green - Agricultural Reforms in Vietnam (1995)

55: Malin Fädmyr & Anika Jansson Kärreman
Rules of Origin and Specialization – A Case Study of Mauritius (1995)

54: Birgitta Dubois
"Sysmin", the System of Mining Products and its Effects on the Economy in Zambia (1995)

53: Patrik Andersson & Anders W Bruzelius
Fiscal Transition in Mongolia (1995)

1994

52: Kamaruding Abdulsomad
Thailand: Industrialization Through Foreign Technology. The Case of Technology Transfer to Thailand Through Japanese Foreign Direct Investment (1994)

51: Pontus Bratt
Financial Market Liberalization. The Case of Chile (1994)

50: Anna Ankarsand
Investment in Human Capital in the Gambia. The Case of St Peter´s Technical High School (1994)

49: Johan Moberg & Thomas Persson
Investment Incentives and Foreign Direct Investments: The Case of the Electronics and Electrical Industries in Malaysia (1994)

48: Magnus Furuholm & Fredrik Järsenholt
Financial Liberalization in Kenya (1994)

47: Carl-Johan Stolt
Political Aspects of Acute Economic Decisions in Kenya – Economic Policy or Political Economy? (1994)

46: Anna Wildt-Persson & Karin Ericsson
Agricultural Intensification and Sustainable Development (1994)

45: Ludvig Söderling
Exchange Rate Regimes and Development: Implications of the Franc Zone for Senegal and Cote D’ivoire (1994)

1993

44: Louise Frisén & Helena Johansson
Export Processing Zones and Export-led Industrialization: The Case of Mauritius (1993)

43: Camilla Mellander & Kristina Jönsson
Family Planning in Nepal. A Study of Determinants of Fertility and Implementation of Population Policies (1993)

42: Olle Holmertz
Exchange Rate Management in Bolivia 1985-1990 (1993)

41: Susanne Liljefors
Thailand a Transition Towards Export Promotion (1993)

40: Malin Fädmyr & Magnus Hjort
Integration and Intra-Industry Trade – A Case Study of the Andean Group (1993)

39: Åsa Björnram
Swedish Development Policy in the Future – Aid and Trade in Co-Operation? Including a Study of a Swedish-Zambian Industrial Cooperation Programme (1993)

38: Gabriella Herrmann & Alexandra Silfverstolpe
The Role and Prospects of the Namibian Mining Industry (1993)

37: Martin Gustafsson & Torbjörn Stenkula
An Analysis of the Co-operation between Jamaica and the IMF: 1977-1993 (1993)

36: Krister Gullström
Long-Term Sustainability of West Java Water Supply Sector (1993)

35: Anna Dahlberg
The Argentine Miracle – How Orthodox Reforms were Introduced in a Divided Society 1989-1992 (1993)

34: Rosita Claesson & Marina Persson
Overcoming the Contraints to Agricultural Development. A Smallholder Development Project Establishing a Market Economy in Rural Zambia (1993)

33: Casper Sonesson
Tax Reform and Macroeconomic Stabilization in Ecuador (1993)

32: Mats Pålsson
The Structural Adjustment Program of Malawi (1993)

31: Staffan Andersson & Richard Johnsson
A Sub-Sectoral Analysis of the Manufacturing Sector: Zimbabwe after Independence. Growth Trends, Structural Changes and Efficiency (1993)

30: Lisbeth Hellvin
Intra-Industry Trade and Inter-Industry Specialization in Trade among Asean Countries (1993)

29: Åsa Hansson & Eva Nilsson
Poverty and Environment in Bangladesh. A Case Study of Deforestation in Laer para (1993)

28: Britta Olofsson
Grameen Bank – A Bank for the Poor (1993)

27: Tomas Ernhagen & Håkan Tropp
Diversification of Agricultural Food Crop Production in Zambia. Constraints and Possibilities (1993)

26: Peter Westin
Wanted, Mr Brady – Debt or Alive? The Case of Argentina (1993)

1992

25: Carla Norrlöf
The Implications of Interdependence for Debt Management in Ethiopia (1992)

24: Pernilla Josefsson & Björn Gillsäter
The New Economic Policy in Bolivia 1985-1990 (1992)

23: Hans Falck
Foreign Aid and Dutch Disease. The Case of Tanzania (1992)

22: Tony Seeman & Ulrica Stolt
Analysing the Effectiveness of Stabex: The Case of The Gambia (1992)

21: Camilla Svensson
Private Foreign Investment in Bangladesh (1992)

20: Hoan Do Dau & Ulf Svensson
Liberalization of the Financial System in Developing Countries. The Case of Vietnam (1992)

19: Carlotte Löndahl & Kajsa Nordström
Decentralisation, a Positive Push for Education? (1992)

1991

18: Karin Lindgren & Anna Persson
A Labour Market in Tanzania. A Survey of Matching Problems Between Supply and Demand for Tecnically Skilled Labour (1991)

17: Erik Johnsson
Cotton Sector Reorganisation in Tanzania (1991)

16: Eva Lena Volk
Structural Adjustment and the Agricultural Sector: Deregulation and Liberalization of Prices. The Case of the Nigerian Cotton Market (1991)

15: Eva Bursvik & Åsa Teglund
Export Out of Africa. Women Entrepreneurs in Lesotho, Malawi and Swaziland (1991)

14: Henrik Braconnier
Foreign Trade and Economic Development: India’s Experience (1991)

13: Hans Dellmo, Jens Granlund & Anders Gustafsson
Vietnam’s Economic Reforms and their Effects on State Enterprises (1991)

1990

12: Åsa Holmberg & Siri Jakobson
Education in India. A Study of Primary Education in Sirsi Taluk, Karnataka State (1990)

11: Peter Håkansson
Industrial Rehabilitation Programmes – A Case Study of Tanzania Karatasi Associated Industries (TKAI) (1990)

10: Christer Nylander
Conditions for Industrial Development in Cape Verde (1990)

1989

9: Jan Lundius
Voodoo, Hispanidad, and Noirisme Popular Religion and the Search for Cultural Identity in the Dominican Republic and Haiti (1989)

8: Gellert Tamas
Networks and Implementation. A Study of the Implementation Process of a Development Project (1989)

7: Tove Edstrand
What is Happening in the Nicaraguan Economy? (1989)

6: Jean Johansson
Possibilities and Restrictions for the Agricultural Marketing in Uganda (1989)

1988

5: Yves Bourdet
Patterns and Perspectives of Haitian Primary Exports (1988)

1987

4: Elias Kazarian, Ari Kokko
Islamic Banking and Development (1987)

3: Rosemary Vargan-Lundius
Marketing Agricultural Products in the Dominican Republic - Competition or Exploitation? (1987)

1986

2: Anders Danielson
Aspects of Industrialisation in Jamaica (1986)

1: Anders Bergquist
The Industrialization of Lesotho. A Regional Economic Study (1986)

Kontakt

Professor Joakim Gullstrand
E-post: 
joakim.gullstrand@nek.lu.se