Labour market outcomes in the UK, NZ, Australia and the US: observations on the impact of labour market and economic reforms
There is no doubt that large changes in government policy towards economic reform are vitally important: some two decades ago Myanmar (Burma) was among the Asian nations with the highest per capita income but, by turning away from economic reform, government policy prevented the economy from opening to the world, accepting foreign investment and developing a free enterprise culture. As a result Myanmar has not shared in the rapid rise in income in Asia. China is another example. Once...[Show more]
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