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The World Bank Research Observer is intended for anyone who has a professional interest in development. Observer articles are written to be accessible to nonspecialist readers; contributors examine key issues in development economics, survey the literature and the latest World Bank research, and debate issues of development policy. Articles are reviewed by an editorial board drawn from across the Bank and the international community of economists. Inconsistency with Bank policy is not grounds for rejection. The journal welcomes editorial comments and responses, which will be considered for publication to the extent that space permits. On occasion the Observer considers unsolicited contributions.

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    The World Bank Research Observer 15(1)
    (Washington, DC: World Bank, 2000-02) World Bank ; Devarajan, Shantayanan
    Crisis, adjustment, and reform in Thailand's industrial firms; by David Dollar and Mary Hallward-Driemeier. Corporate performance in the East Asian financial crisis; by Stijn Claessens, Simeon Djankov, and Lixin Colin Xu. Industrial policy : growth elixir or poison?; by Howard Pack. Financial safety nets : lessons from Chile; by Philip L. Brock. Lessons in structuring derivatives exchanges; by George Tsetsekos and Panos Varangis. Growth and institutions: a review of the evidence; by Janine Aron.