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Aggregate demand and macroeconomic imbalances in Thailand

Wafik Grais

Aggregate demand and macroeconomic imbalances in Thailand

simulations with the Siam 1 model.

by Wafik Grais

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Published by World Bank in Washington D.C .
Written in English


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SeriesWorld Bank staff working paper -- No.448
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Open LibraryOL13818863M

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Aggregate demand and macroeconomic imbalances in Thailand: simulations with the SIAM 1 model. (English) Abstract. In the latter half of the seventies, Thailand was able to maintain high GDP rates of growth.

These were, however, associated with growing dependence on foreign borrowing and chronic budgetary by: 3. AGGREGATE DEMAND AND MACROECONOMIC IMBALANCES IN THAILAND: SIMULATIONS WITH THE SIAM1 MODEL In the latter half of the seventies, Thailand was able to maintain high GDP rates of growth.

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