Breaking into new markets : emerging lessons for export diversification /
|Imprint:||Washington, D.C. : World Bank, c2009.|
|Description:||xxiii, 265 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.|
|Subject:||Exports -- Developing countries.|
Foreign trade promotion -- Developing countries.
Diversification in industry -- Developing countries.
Diversification in industry.
Foreign trade promotion.
|URL for this record:||http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/7694210|
Table of Contents:
- 4. Exposure to External Shocks and the Geographical Diversification of Exports
- 5. Diversification, Innovation, and Imitation of the Global Technological Frontier
- 6. Watching More than the Discovery Channel to Diversify Exports
- Part II. Policies: Lessons From Experience
- 7. The Life and Death of Trade Flows: Understanding the Survival Rates of Developing-Country Exporters
- 8. Promoting New Exports: Experience from the Middle East and North Africa
- 9. Exporting Services
- 10. Tourism as a Strategy to Diversify Exports: Lessons from Mauritius
- 11. Fostering Productive Diversification through Tourism
- 12. Export Promotion Agencies: Strategies and Impacts
- 13. Special Economic Zones and Economic Diversification: Some Evidence from South Asia
- 14. Infrastructure and Diversifying through Better Products
- Executive Summary
- 1. Breaking Into New Markets: Overview
- Part I. Does Diversification Matter?
- 2. Trade Structure and Growth
- 3. Export Diversification and Economic Growth