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Working Papers

In 1994 the Institute launched a series of working papers. The series is intended to convey the preliminary results of our ongoing research. The research described in these papers is preliminary and has not gone through the usual review process for Institute publications. The views expressed in these papers are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the individual members of the Institute's Board or Advisory Committee. We welcome feedback from readers and encourage you to convey your comments and criticisms directly to the authors.

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1998
 

98-7: The Relationship Between Trade and Foreign Investment: Empirical Results for Taiwan and South Korea
by Li-Gang Liu, The World Bank
and Edward M. Graham, Peterson Institute for International Economics

98-6: The Global Economic Effects of the Japanese Crisis
by Marcus Noland, Peterson Institute for International Economics
and Sherman Robinson, Peterson Institute for International Economics
and Zhi Wang, Peterson Institute for International Economics

98-5: Local Government Spending: Solving the Mystery of Japanese Fiscal Packages
by Hiroko Ishii, Peterson Institute for International Economics
and Erika Wada, Peterson Institute for International Economics

98-4: NAFTA Supplemental Agreements: Four Year Review
by Jacqueline McFadyen, Peterson Institute for International Economics

98-3: Fifty Years of the GATT/WTO: Lessons from the Past for Strategies for the Future
by C. Fred Bergsten, Peterson Institute for International Economics

98-2: Asian Competitive Devaluations
by Li-Gang Liu, Peterson Institute for International Economics
and Marcus Noland, Peterson Institute for International Economics
and Sherman Robinson, Peterson Institute for International Economics
and Zhi Wang, Peterson Institute for International Economics

98-1: The Costs and Benefits of Korean Unification
by Marcus Noland, Peterson Institute for International Economics
and Sherman Robinson, Peterson Institute for International Economics
and Li-Gang Liu, Peterson Institute for International Economics