David Roland-Holst

Mills College and CEPR

Associate Professor

5000 MacArthur Boulevard

Kimball House-13

Oakland, CA 94613-1301

United States

Centre for Economic Policy Research (CEPR)

not provided

London

United Kingdom

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

6

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16

Scholarly Papers (6)

1.

Labor Markets and Dynamic Comparative Advantage

Mills College Working Paper No. 971201
Number of pages: 19 Posted: 26 Mar 1998
David Roland-Holst
Mills College and CEPR
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2.

Colombia and the NAFTA

FEDESARROLLO Working Paper Series No. 2
Number of pages: 31 Posted: 15 Dec 1997
Maurizio Bussolo and David Roland-Holst
World Bank - Chief Economist Office for Europe and Central Asia and Mills College and CEPR
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3.

ASEAN and China: Export Rivals or Partners in Regional Growth?

The World Economy, Vol. 27, No. 8, pp. 1255-1274, August 2004
Number of pages: 20 Posted: 07 Oct 2004
David Roland-Holst and John Weiss
Mills College and CEPR and Asian Development Bank Institute
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4.

The Optimal Speed of Transition: A General Equilibrium Analysis

CEPR Discussion Paper Series Number 1442
Posted: 16 Sep 1999
Micael Castanheira and David Roland-Holst
Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB) - European Center for Advanced Research in Economics and Statistics (ECARES) and Mills College and CEPR

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5.

North-South Trade and Occupational Wages: Some Evidence from North America

Review of International Economics, January 12, 1998
Posted: 10 Feb 1998
Kenneth A. Reinert and David Roland-Holst
George Mason University - School of Policy, Government, and International Affairs and Mills College and CEPR

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6.

A Proposal for Capital Market Reform in Colombia

Posted: 12 Dec 1997
Maurizio Bussolo and David Roland-Holst
World Bank - Chief Economist Office for Europe and Central Asia and Mills College and CEPR

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