Tiny, Poor, Land-Locked, Indebted, but Growing: Lessons for Late Reforming Transition Economies from Laos
There are few countries where "initial conditions" are as unfavourable as those of Laos. It is a very poor, least developed country. It is land-locked, sharing its international borders with five neighbours. It has the world's highest per capita stock of
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