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5Originally published by Ipea in June 1980 asnumber 20 of the series Texto para Discussão.GROWTH AND EXPORT EXPANSIONIN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES:SOME EMPIRICAL EVIDENCEWilliam G. Tyler


5DISCUSSION PAPEROriginally published by Ipea in June 1980 asnumber 20 of the series Texto para Discussão.Brasília, January 2015GROWTH AND EXPORT EXPANSIONIN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES:SOME EMPIRICAL EVIDENCEWilliam G. Tyler


Federal Government of BrazilSecretariat of Strategic Affairs of thePresidency of the RepublicMinister Roberto Mangabeira UngerA public foundation affiliated to the Secretariat ofStrategic Affairs of the Presidency of the Republic,Ipea provides technical and institutional support togovernment actions – enabling the formulation ofnumerous public policies and programs for Braziliandevelopment – and makes research and studiesconducted by its staff available to society.PresidentSergei Suarez Dillon SoaresDirector of Institutional DevelopmentLuiz Cezar Loureiro de AzeredoDirector of Studies and Policies of the State,Institutions and DemocracyDaniel Ricardo de Castro CerqueiraDirector of Macroeconomic Studiesand PoliciesCláudio Hamilton Matos dos SantosDirector of Regional, Urban and EnvironmentalStudies and PoliciesRogério Boueri MirandaDirector of Sectoral Studies and Policies,Innovation, Regulation and InfrastructureFernanda De NegriDirector of Social Studies and Policies, DeputyCarlos Henrique Leite CorseuilDirector of International Studies,Political and Economic RelationsRenato Coelho Baumann das NevesChief of StaffRuy Silva PessoaChief Press and Communications OfficerJoão Cláudio Garcia Rodrigues LimaURL: http://www.ipea.gov.brOmbudsman: http://www.ipea.gov.br/ouvidoriaDISCUSSION PAPERA publication to disseminate the findings of researchdirectly or indirectly conducted by the Institute forApplied Economic Research (Ipea). Due to theirrelevance, they provide information to specialists andencourage contributions.© Institute for Applied Economic Research – ipea 2015Discussion paper / Institute for Applied EconomicResearch.- Brasília : Rio de Janeiro : Ipea, 1990-ISSN 1415-47651. Brazil. 2. Economic Aspects. 3. Social Aspects.I. Institute for Applied Economic Research.CDD 330.908The authors are exclusively and entirely responsible for theopinions expressed in this volume. These do not necessarilyreflect the views of the Institute for Applied EconomicResearch or of the Secretariat of Strategic Affairs of thePresidency of the Republic.Reproduction of this text and the data it contains isallowed as long as the source is cited. Reproductions forcommercial purposes are prohibited.


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