245Lisa GraboThe economic effects of EU sanctions imposed on Myanmar (2016:2)
244Thea Holmlund, Saga SohlmanDo cash transfers have the ability to empower women?(2016:1)
243Emma BrunbergConditional Cash Transfers and Gender Equality: Short­‐Term Effects on Female Empowerment(2015:1)
242Erik Simonsson, Axel WallinMobile banking and women empowerment - A field study in Kenya(2015:1)
241Isabelle GebretensayeChinese Foreign Direct Investments in Ethiopia – The potential for development or a development trap? (2015:1)
240Adam MichaelssonMobile money, transfers and social networks – A field study of the use of Tigo Money in Guatemala(2015:1)
239Malin Berg von LindeHigher education and female labour market participation - An empirical study with evidence from Chile(2015:1)
238Vanessa NordmarkThe Chinese Music Industry: Which Strings do Intellectual Property Rights and Social Norms Play?(2015:2)
237Erik CorsmanHas China Passed its Lewis Turning Point? -A study of regional variation(2015:1)
236Jennifer Dahlin IvarssonMobile-banking and entrepreneurship: Is there a link?(2014:1)
235Isabell Johannesson, Marina SteendamCan mobile banking reduce the presence of corrution? A minor field study in Kenya(2014:1)
234Kerstin OlssonProperty rights as a determinant of foreign direct investments(2014:1)
233Josefine Lundin, Josefin KilmanTesting the bigh push hypothesis - the case of Montserrat(2014:1)
232Evelina NilssonWhat can trade facilitation do for Ghana?(2014:1)
231Filip HellbergA blossoming Ethiopia - Investigating teh impact of private standards in teh ethiophian horticulture sector(2014:1)
230Jakob TejlerEffects of reforms in a corrupt institution - A minor field study on corruption in higher education in Georgia(2014:1)
229Johanna RingkvistWomens empowerment through microfinance - a case study on Burma(2013:9)
228Joakim SvenssonMeasuring barriers to cross-provincial trade in the People's Republic of China(2013:8)
227Emilia Palm, Daniel Anders NybergCan China stomach what's in store in store for them? China's evolving food consumption patterns(2013:7)
226Cecilia KahnThe determinants of microsaving - A field study in Nepal(2013:6)
225Fredrik GraflundThe impact of microcredits on women's empowerment - a case study of microcredit in the Tangail district, Bangladesh(2013:5)
224Hanna Nilsson, Karin SjöbergAn evaluation of the impacts of Bolsa Familia on schooling(2013:4)
223Linus EkmanCurrency competition and the denomination of wages in the Palesitinian territories(2013:3)
222Karin LindellIMPROVEMENTS IN NUMERACY ON A MICRO LEVEL: A FIELD STUDY IN THE PHILIPPINES(2013:2)
221Ludvig FoghammarEffects of Internet Usage on Tolerance - A Field Study in Niue(2013:1)
220Alvina ErmanEntitled 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)
219Erik Eldblom, Tove JarlCan We Trust the Measurement of Trust? Investigating the Validity of the Standard Trust Question. (2012:4)
218Maria AhrenHome country tariffs and FDI in China (2012:3)
217Sara MoriczThe Causal Effect of Local Elections on Economic Growth (2012:2)
216Hanna FromellDoes a Commercial Banking Sector Benefit the Poor? A Minor Field Study in Kenya (2012:1)
215Johannes Lissdaniels, Fredrik Saïd MadsenThe Fall and Rise of the Brazilian Cotton Sector - An Institutional Analysis of the Recent Success. (2011:7)
214Christopher WingårdTariffic Tuna - A Study on the Impact of Rules of Origin on Thailand's Tuna Trade.(2011:6)
213John SvendingThe Institutional Channels of the Resource Curse - A Case Study of Bolivia. (2011:5)
212Annie EmilssonThe Impact of Remittances on Labor Supply: The Case of Jordan. (2011:4)
211Linnéa ÖdénEfficiency of the Rice Market Channel in the Office du Niger. (2011:3)
210Erik Bustad, Linn GlimeusEvaluating Fiscal Decentralization in Peru. (2011:2)
209Fredrika CruceEvaluating Value Added Tax Reform in Morocco. (2011:1)
208Martin ErikssonReciprocity, Nepotism or Costly Signaling - Evidence from Mobile Phone Money Transfers in Nairobi. (2010:10)
207Emma Lindqvist, Ebba LittorinThe Way the Cookie Crumbles? A Study of the Relationship Between Gender and Corruption in Ghana. (2010:9)
206Karl McShane, Johan NilssonDeterminants of Corruption - A Study of Zambian Ministries. (2010:8)
205Martin Larsson, Sofie SjöborgThe Effects of Growth and Inequality on Poverty in Honduras.(2010:7)
204Ylva WideAssessing the Competitiveness in Mozambique. (2010:6)
203Karin Göransson, Anna ÖstergrenIs Trust a Necessity? A Case Study of Group Lending within Microfinance in the Mbarara District, Uganda. (2010:5)
202Annika MarkingTrade Liberalization and Tax Reforms in Cape Verde. (2010:4)
201Hanna NilssonStructure, Reforms and Performance of the Ugandan Cotton Sector. (2010:3)
200Gustaf Salomonsson, Oscar SandbergAssessing and Remedying the Natural Resource Curse in Equatorial Guinea. (2010:2)
199Johan Fredborn LarssonThe Transition in Kazakhstan - From Command to Market Economy. (2010:1)
198Helena Lundstedt, Sara PärssinenCocoa is Ghana, Ghana is Cocoa - Evaluating Reforms of the Ghanaian Cocoa Sector. (2009:12)
197Lisa CurmanOwnership of the Poverty Reduction Strategy in Rwanda. (2009:11)
196Ylva KalinFDI in Colombia - Policy and Economic Effects. (2009:10)
195Elin Jönsson, Elin ÅkermanDirect Cash Transfer and Food Security in Georgia. (2009:9)
194Sigrid Colnerud GranströmThe Informal Sector and Formal Competitiveness in Senegal. (2009:8)
193Anna AnderssonMade in Madagascar – The Impact of Rules of Origin on the Textile and Clothing Industry. (2009:7)
192Erudita HotiRemittances and Poverty in Albania (2009:6)
191Joakim PerssonThe Impact of a Quota System on Women's Empowerment - A Field Study in West Bengal, India. (2009:5)
190Tora HammarTrade Facilitation in Vietnam - Recent Progress and Impact. (2009:4)
189Sara ForssellRice Price Policy in Thailand - Policy Making and Recent Developments. (2009:3)
188Tora BäckmanFairtrade Coffee and Development - A Field Study in Ethiopia.(2009:2)
187Katarina ÖjtegSocio-economic Determinants of HIV in Zambia - A District-level Analysis. (2009:1)
186Gabriel AndréassonEvaluating the Effects of Economic Sanctions against Burma. (2008:2)
185Sonja Luoma, Maria PerssonA Path to a Life of Dreams? A Study on Financial Markets, Microcredit and Gender in Uganda. (2008:1)
184Emma SvenssonMicrofinance, Financial Systems and Economic Growth – A Theoretical Framework and Findings from Bolivia. (2007:11)
183Emil SamnegårdHow Does Fairtrade Affect the Market? A Case Study in South Africa. (2007:10)
182Charlotta UndénMultinational Corporations and Spillovers in Vietnam – Adding Corporate Social Responsibility.(2007:9)
181Peter HolmvallRemittances and Poverty – A Case Study of the Philippines. (2007:8)
180Linna PalmqvistCorporate Social Responsibility and Development – A Case Study of the CSR Strategies of International Companies in India. (2007:7)
179Åsa HindenborgOn the Role of Remittances in Microfinance – Creating Transnational Financial Services in El Salvador. (2007:6)
178Mikael FridellExploring the Roles of Informal, Formal and Semiformal Microcredit in Jordan. (2007:5)
177Emmylou TuvhagThe Costa Rican Experience of Fair Trade Coffee – Impact on producers and producer organisations.(2007:4)
176Maria HolmlundIncome Poverty – A Case Study of Sri Lanka. (2007:3)
175Josefina Danielsson, Johanna PerssonExplaining the Success of the Indian IT Industry. (2007:2)
174Christian SvenssonDynamics of Special Economic Areas in South China - Industrial Upgrading and Improving Working Conditions. (2007:1)
173Martin DahlbergSpillover Effects of FDI in the Service Sector in Morocco - A Case Study of the Emerging Call-Centre Industry. (2006:5)
172Cecilia Eriksson, Annika PerssonConvergence in GDP Growth Rates across the Provinces of China. (2006:4)
171Annika BergmanFDI and spillover effects in the Indian pharmaceutical industry. (2006:3)
170Jonas WidmarkNature-Based Tourism in the Cuyabeno Reserve of Ecuador - A Choice Experiment Survey. (2006:2)
169Linus BlomLand Reform and Gender Equality in South Africa (2006:1)
168Lena Fredriksson, Hanna WendelFood Safety Standards and Seafood Exports from Morocco – Catalyst or Barrier? (2005:10)
167Therese NilssonRemittances and Poverty in El Salvador. (2005:9)
166Isabelle Ahlström, Camilla StålrosInternational Fragmentation in Textile and Apparel Production – A Case Study of ASEAN and Thailand. (2005:8)
165Fredrik KannestenExpansion of Manufacturing Export and Investment in Kyrgyzstan. (2005:7)
164Charlotte Jacobson, Sara LindbergAn Evaluation of the Offshore Regime in Tunisia. (2005:6)
163Anna Fahlén, Anna LernerSouth Africa Out of GEAR – The North West Province Potentials and Constraints for Economic Development. (2005:5)
162Susanne Bengtsson, Martina HögbergDoes Integration Matter for FDI? – The Case of the Car Industry in Mercosul. (2005:4)
161Ida BjörkSpillover Effects of FDI in the Manufacturing Sector in Chile. (2005:3)
160Mats FurbyEvaluating the Malaysian Export Processing Zones - With Special Focus on the Electronic Industry. (2005:2)
159Alexander HellquistAre Divergent Preferences between Benefactors and Beneficiaries an Obstacle to Community-based Conservation? A Case Study of the Palas Valley, Northern Pakistan. (2005:1)
158Sara Bandstein, Jens DietrichsonIncentives, Ownership and Sustainability -A Comparative Study of German and Swedish ODA to Namibia. (2004:12)
157Emelie Aurell, Maria GunnarssonBasic Education in Rural Ghana - An Analysis of the Education-for-All Goal in a Subsistence Farming Community. (2004:11)
156Louise Bjurström, Sara NorrmanIntegration and Disintegration in Mercosur - The Impact of Macroeconomic Instability.(2004:10)
155Love TheodossiadisTax Reforms and Macroeconomic Stabilisation in Mozambique.(2004:9)
154Karin Fries, Anna GraneliTextiles and Clothing in Madagascar - Effects of Preferential Trading Arrangements and International Production Fragmentation.(2004:8)
153Johanna LindgrenGrassland Degradation in Western China (2004:7)
152Lina von Seth"Open-Door Policy" in Burma - Design, Outcome and Limits (2004:6)
151Josefin Hedbrandh, Therese NilssonPro-Poor Growth by Agriculture - A Study on Poverty Reduction Strategies of Tanzania and Zambia (2004:5)
150Marcus Hartwall, Sofia HerculesPublic Private Partnerships in the Water Distribution Sector - A Case Study in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania (2004:4)
149Martin Hessel, Carina FolkessonPublic Policy to Attract Foreign Direct Investment - The Case of Brazil (2004:3)
148Susanna KinnmanManaging Agricultural Export Instability - The Case of Rice and Coffee in Vietnam(2004:2)
147Anders StrombergThe Sida Guarantee for MTN-Uganda Accessing Local Currency Debt in Sub-Saharan Africa for the Financing of Private Infrastructure (2004:1)
146Johan DenckerThe 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)
145Carl Lundgren, Rebecka ÅbergAgeing in Heaven - The Stability of the Pension Systems in Mauritius(2003:8)
144Åsa KarlssonFinancial Reforms in India (2003:7)
143Frida Hjalte, Niclas BohemanDemand for Paradise, why does it not exist? A Study on Socio-Economic Impacts of Ecotourism in Tamanjaya (2003:6)
142Carl WernerClean Air in Bangkok. A Cost-effectiveness Study of Pollution Reduction (2003:5)
141Carl BarnekowWhy was Indonesia hardest hit by the East Asian Crisis?(2003:4)
140Kim GustavssonUruguay and Mercosur - A Study on Integration and Trade (2003:3)
139Niclas Johansson, Pernilla JohanssonAre PRSPs Making a Difference? - A case study of the health sector in Malawi (2003:2)
138Lorena Acevedo NareaHigh Growth and Poverty Reduction - Chile a Case Study 1985-2001 (2003:1)
137Kajsa HelmbringThe Africa-Dummy- Is there a Social Capital Deficit in the Mozambican Economy? (2002:12)
136Ola CarlssonRural Reforms in the Uzbek Cotton Sector - Small Steps Forward (2002:11)
135Thomas JakobssonThe Industrial Location and Specialization in the AFTA-area and within Thailand (2002:10)
134Marie LindbladFor 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)
133Karin StenbergUnequal Choices - Structure and Causes of Social Disparities in Educational Investments in Bolivia (2002:8)
132Erik ArvidssonAchieving Sustainablility in Zambia? A study of Two Approaches (2002:7)
131Stefan LarssonSocial Capital and NGOs in India - The Case of Selected Villages in Gullbarga (2002:6)
130Eva Jönsson, Petra KlevåsNon-Governmental organisation´s role in the creation of social capital - A Case Study of BRAC(2002:5)
129Fredrik NilssonNAFTA and Trade in Textiles. The Role of ROO (2002:4)
128Susanna Hughes, Silja Marit ZetterqvistEmployment Equity in Post-Apartheid South Africa (2002:3)
127Martin ChristenssonWhy Membership in the East African Community? - A Tanzanian Perspective (2002:2)
126Paula HallonstenReforming Cuban Socialism - Not too fast and not too far (2002:1)
125Anna RåmanSmall- and mediumsized Enterprises in Côte d´Ivoire: A Transaction Cost Perspective(2001:6)
124Pia HolmbergSustainable Development - The Case of Coffee Production i Dak Lak (2001:5)
123Catherine Ridderstad, Caroline LeijonhufvudMobilization of Credrit to the Poor (2001:4)
122Anders C Johansson, Binh HoMalaysia - Going its own way. A Case Study on Financial Crisis and Crisis Management (2001:3)
121Cecilia EekThe Impact of Women´s Status on fertility (2001:2)
120Karin Oscarius, Cecilia PalmFactors Influencing the Supply Response - A case study on smallholders producing coffee in Kilimanjaro, Tanzania. (2001:1)
119Martin Söderlund, Richard VerebyInstitutional Constraints to Formal Sector Lending - A Case Study of Tanzania. (2000:11)
118Linn TakeuchiAntidumping in Mexico. (2000:10)
117Frederic LarssonConsolidating Peace through Economic Interaction - the two-country case of Israel and Jordan. (2000:9)
116Magnus LindskogThe Stolper Samuelson Theorem: Theory or Reality? A Case Study of the Mexican Manufacturing Industry after the Implementation of NAFTA. (2000:8)
115Mariell JuhlinStructural Adjustment in Costa Rica between 1987-1998: Impact on Poverty and Income Distribution. (2000:7)
114Anders WinstrandTwo Flowers of Friendship. A Study of the Phasing out of Swedish Development Support to two Hospitals in Vietnam. (2000:6)
113Johan StjernfältObstacles and Constraints in the Ghanaian Privatization Process. (2000:5)
112Charlotte LundgrenEvaluating Export Processing Zones in the Dominican Republic. (2000:4)
111Cecilia WilhelmssonTo 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)
110Sara MattssonLivestock and Crop Economcy. - Agricultural Reforms in Post-communist Mongolia. (2000:2)
109Emil VinterhavIndustry in Palestine. - On the Regional Distribution of Economic Activity. (2000:1)
108Lars LindvallDiversification in Small Scale Agriculture. - A Case Study of Vietnam. (1999:12)
107Sofia FägerstenShenzen Special Economic Zone, Not so Special anymore? (1999:11)
106Stefan GustavssonSocial Concern in Trade Agreements - the Case of the North American Agreement on Labor Cooperation (NAALC) and Mexico. (1999:10)
105Charlotta HylleniusMicro Finance and Poverty Reduction - Experiences from Java. (1999:9)
104Lollo Darin-Ericson, Martin NilssonDutch Disease in a Gabonese Context - A Case Study. (1999:8)
103Anders BlomParaguay and Mercosur - Integration between Unequal Partners. (1999:7)
102Torvald BennäsThe HICP-Initiative and Poverty Alleviation. Uganda. A Case Study. (1999:6)
101Thomas ChristenssonSequencing of Reforms. A Case Study of the Reform Programs in Tanzania. (1999:5)
100Henrik IsaksonHuman Capital Inestments in Uganda. A Study of Investments in Primary Schooling with a Special Look at the Determinants Influencing School Attainment. (1999:4)
99Carlotta Pettrsson, Jenny RunessonAgricultural Reforms in Madagascar. (1999:3)
98Freweini TesfamariamEvaluating the Effectiveness of Stabex. The Ethiopian Case, 1975-1995. (1999:2)
97Elin CarlssonIndonesian Experience with Financial Sector Reform: A Study of Capital Allocation under the New Order. (1999:1)
96Jens SörvikThe Pension Systems of Peru. (1998:12)
95Maria TaddesseFamine Prevention? Household Food Security and the Role of Credit. A Case Study of the Rural Credit and Savings Scheme in Tigray, Ethiopia. (1998:11)
94Pia LarssonConflict, Cooperation and Female Empowerment. A Multilevel Comparative Study of Urban Employed and Semi-Rural Self-Employed Women in Senegal. (1998:10)
93Charlotta Johansson and Sven OlanderAlleviation of Poverty? Effects of Structural Adjustment. - The Case of the Philippine Coconut Industry. (1998:9)
92Josefine af EkenstamContemporary Reflection of Teachers' Salaries in Bolivia. (1998:8)
91Nicolas AudibertMorocco and the EU - a Study of Trade Preferences. (1998:7)
90Anna WabréusFemale Labour Force Participation and FertilityA Case Study of Garment Workers in Dhaka. (1998:6)
89Tina LjungkvistASEAN and EU. A Study on Trade and Specialisation. (1998:5)
88Andreas KarlssonIntegrating China to the World Economy. (1998:4)
87Ann Larsson and, Hubert KjellbergThe Rise of Open Regionalism in South America. A study of Mercosur. (1998:3)
86Spire KirondePakistan. Implementation of the Family Planning Programme vis á vis the Social-Economic Constraints. (1998:2)
85Anna Norfalk and, True SchedvinTrade and Specialization of the AFTA - Patterns and Prospects. (1998:1)
84Åsa LeanderIs China Running Out of Power? An Analysis of China's Energy & Electricity Demand between 1990-2020. (1997)
83Maria NilssonGhana. Ten Years of Financial Reform 1985-1995.(1997)
82Torun Israelsson, Kristina ModéeHidrovía Paraguay-Paraná - A micro perspective. (1997)
81Charlotte AbelinThe 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)
80Henrik HäggströmSpinal Cord Injuries in Palestine. A Cost-of-illness analysis and a cost-utility-analysis of a SCI rehabilitation programme. (1997)
79Eva OlssonThe Institutional Change in Ethiopia. 1989 and onwards. (1997)
78Miriam HastTime Supply Behaviour of Women in Income-Generating Project - A Case Study of Women in the Seed Multiplication Project, Mkushi, Zambia. (1997)
77Malcolm EhrenpreisZimbabwean Structural Adjustment. Women and Health Fees in Habane Township. (1997)
76Katariina Hakkala, Per Ola NilssonTrade Liberalisation under Transition in Vietnam - A study on Trade and Specialisation. (1997)
75Maria MeyerThe Competition for Resources. Is there Room for the Elephant in Zimbabwe’s Reformed Economy?(1997)
74Andreas MadestamIs there a Future? Long-term Sustainability of Water Supply and Sanitation in Metropolitan Cebu. (1997)
73Fredrik SöderbaumThe New Regionalism and the Quest for Development Cooperation and Integration in Southern Africa. (1996)
72Anna FälthCombating Deforestation. Is Community Forestry an Answer to Sustainable Forestry? A field study in Nepal. (1996)
71Maria TengrothEmployment-Based Safety Nets - The Case of Ethiopia. (1996)
70Anders Norrlid, Svante PerssonCuba’s Step Forward? Cuban Economic Reforms in the Nineties. (1996)
69Therése HindmanNon-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)
68Karl-Gustaf AnderbergThe West Bank and Gaza Strip. A study of the economic implications of the peace process, with special emphasis on Palestinian foreign trade. (1996)
67Ulrika Brobäck, Jenny Säve-SöderberghConditions for Women in the Zimbabwean Labour Segregation and Discrimination. (1996)
66Joakim GullstrandTrade Preferences and their Impact on a Small Country. The case of Tunisia. (1996)
65Ola Ghatnekar, Henrik LindrothExport Pattern and Prospects of the South African Manufacturing Sector. (1995)
64Anders Billing, Helén OttossonThe New Outward-oriented Zimbabwe. Trade Liberalisation in the Presence of Distorted Factor Markets and its Implications for Income Distribution. (1995)
63Marija BrdarskiLabour Supply Behaviour of Self-Employed Women. (1995)
62Magnus CedergrenFiscal Reforms and Macroeconomic Stabilisation in Cambodia.(1995)
61Jonas VlachosCommunal Land Tenure and Land Degradation. A Minor Field Study of the Elim Constituency Omusati Region, Namibia. (1995)
60Åsa Stenborg, Klas ÖbergTB Lethal, but Curable - An Organisational Study of Indian TB-care from Two Perspectives. (1995)
59Fredrik SjöholmGrowth in Productivity from Direct Foreign Investment and Internationale Trade: Results from Indonesian Establishment Data. (1995)
58Niklas André, Christina HedströmAn Analysis of the Privatization Process in Nicaragua. (1995)
57Roland EngkvistPoverty Alleviation and Rural Development Through Public Works: The Case of the Employment Guarantee Scheme in Maharashtra. (1995)
56Magnus Runnbeck, Mikael NilssonFrom Red to Green - Agricultural Reforms in Vietnam. (1995)
55Malin Fädmyr, Anika Jansson KärremanRules of Origin and Specialization - A Case Study of Mauritius. (1995)
54Birgitta Dubois"Sysmin", the System of Mining Products and its Effects on the Economy in Zambia. (1995)
53Patrik Andersson, Anders W BruzeliusFiscal Transition in Mongolia. (1995)
52Kamaruding AbdulsomadThailand: Industrialization Through Foreign Technology. The Case of Technology Transfer to Thailand Through Japanese Foreign Direct Investment. (1994)
51Pontus BrattFinancial Market Liberalization. The Case of Chile. (1994)
50Anna AnkarsandInvestment in Human Capital in the Gambia. The Case of St Peter´s Technical High School. (1994)
49Johan Moberg, Thomas PerssonInvestment Incentives and Foreign Direct Investments: The Case of the Electronics and Electrical Industries in Malaysia. (1994)
48Magnus Furuholm, Fredrik JärsenholtFinancial Liberalization in Kenya. (1994)
47Carl-Johan StoltPolitical Aspects of Acute Economic Decisions in Kenya. - Economic Policy or Political Economy? (1994)
46Anna Wildt-Persson, Karin EricssonAgricultural Intensification and Sustainable Development. (1994)
45Ludvig SöderlingExchange Rate Regimes and Development: Implications of the Franc Zone for Senegal and Cote D’ivoire. (1994)
44Louise Frisén, Helena JohanssonExport Processing Zones and Export-led Industrialization: The Case of Mauritius. (1993)
43Camilla Mellander, Kristina JönssonFamily Planning in Nepal. A Study of Determinants of Fertility and Implementation of Population Policies. (1993)
42Olle HolmertzExchange Rate Management in Bolivia 1985-1990. (1993)
41Susanne LiljeforsThailand a Transition Towards Export Promotion. (1993)
40Malin Fädmyr, Magnus HjortIntegration and Intra-Industry Trade - A Case Study of the Andean Group. (1993)
39Åsa BjörnramSwedish Development Policy in the Future - Aid and Trade in Co-operation? Including a Study of a Swedish-Zambian Industrial Cooperation Programme. (1993)
38Gabriella Herrmann, Alexandra SilfverstolpeThe Role and Prospects of the Namibian Mining Industry. (1993)
37Martin Gustafsson, Torbjörn StenkulaAn Analysis of the Co-operation between Jamaica and the IMF: 1977-1993. (1993)
36Krister GullströmLong-Term Sustainability of West Java Water Supply Sector.(1993)
35Anna DahlbergThe Argentine Miracle - how orthodox reforms were introduced in a divided society 1989-1992. (1993)
34Rosita Claesson, Marina PerssonOvercoming the Contraints to Agricultural Development. A Smallholder Development Project Establishing a Market Economy in Rural Zambia. (1993)
33Casper SonessonTax Reform and Macroeconomic Stabilization in Ecuador. (1993)
32Mats PålssonThe Structural Adjustment Program of Malawi.(1993)
31Staffan Andersson, Richard JohnssonA Sub-Sectoral Analysis of the Manufacturing Sector: Zimbabwe after Independence. Growth Trends, Structural Changes and Efficiency. (1993)
30Lisbeth HellvinIntra-Industry Trade and Inter-Industry Specialization in Trade among Asean Countries. (1993)
29Åsa Hansson, Eva NilssonPoverty and Environment in Bangladesh. A Case Study of Deforestation in Laer para. (1993)
28Britta OlofssonGrameen Bank - a Bank for the Poor. (1993)
27Tomas Ernhagen, Håkan TroppDiversification of Agricultural Food Crop Production in Zambia. Constraints and Possibilities. (1993)
26Peter WestinWanted, Mr Brady - Debt or Alive? The Case of Argentina. (1993)
25Carla NorrlöfThe Implications of Interdependence for Debt Management in Ethiopia. (1992)
24Pernilla Josefsson, Björn GillsäterThe New Economic Policy in Bolivia 1985-1990. (1992)
23Hans FalckForeign Aid and Dutch Disease. The Case of Tanzania. (1992)
22Tony Seeman, Ulrica StoltAnalysing the Effectiveness of Stabex: The Case of The Gambia. (1992)
21Camilla SvenssonPrivate Foreign Investment in Bangladesh. (1992)
20Hoan Do Dau, Ulf SvenssonLiberalization of the Financial System in Developing Countries. The Case of Vietnam. (1992)
19Carlotte Löndahl, Kajsa NordströmDecentralisation, a Positive Push for Education? (1992)
18Karin Lindgren, Anna PerssonA Labour Market in Tanzania. A Survey of Matching Problems Between Supply and Demand for Tecnically Skilled Labour.(1991)
17Erik JohnssonCotton Sector Reorganisation in Tanzania. (1991)
16Eva Lena VolkStructural Adjustment and the Agricultural Sector: Deregulation and Liberalization of Prices. The Case of the Nigerian Cotton Market. (1991)
15Eva Bursvik, Åsa TeglundExport Out of Africa. Women Entrepreneurs in Lesotho, Malawi and Swaziland. (1991)
14Henrik BraconnierForeign Trade and Economic Development: India’s Experience. (1991)
13Hans Dellmo, Jens Granlund, Anders GustafssonVietnam’s Economic Reforms and their Effects on State Enterprises. (1991)
12Åsa Holmberg, Siri JakobsonEducation in India. A Study of Primary Education in Sirsi Taluk, Karnataka State. (1990)
11Peter HåkanssonIndustrial Rehabilitation Programmes - A Case Study of Tanzania Karatasi Associated Industries (TKAI). (1990)
10Christer NylanderConditions for Industrial Development in Cape Verde. (1990)
9Jan LundiusVoodoo, Hispanidad, and Noirisme Popular Religion and the Search for Cultural Identity in the Dominican Republic and Haiti. (1989)
8Gellert TamasNetworks and Implementation. A Study of the Implementation Process of a Development Project. (1989)
7Tove EdstrandWhat is Happening in the Nicaraguan Economy? (1989)
6Jean JohanssonPossibilities and Restrictions for the Agricultural Marketing in Uganda. (1989)
5Yves BourdetPatterns and Perspectives of Haitian Primary Exports. (1988)
4Elias Kazarian, Ari KokkoIslamic Banking and Development. (1987)
3Rosemary Vargan-LundiusMarketing Agricultural Products in the Dominican Republic - Competition or Exploitation? (1987)
2Anders DanielsonAspects of Industrialisation in Jamaica. (1986)
1Anders BergquistThe Industrialization of Lesotho. A Regional Economic Study. (1986)