Annual World Bank Conference on Development Economics by Boris Pleskovic, Nicholas Stern

By Boris Pleskovic, Nicholas Stern

The yearly international financial institution convention on improvement Economics (ABCDE) brings jointly the world's top students and improvement practitioners for a full of life debate on state of the art considering in improvement coverage and the results for the worldwide economic system. The thirteenth convention handled vital and arguable subject matters in improvement: globalization and inequality, with Daniel Cohen, Richard N. Cooper, Kevin H. O'Rourke, and Anthony J. Venables; and overall healthiness and improvement, and Anne Case, Jean O. Lanjouw, Tomas Philipson and Rodrigo R. Soares, and Morten Rostrup. James D. Wolfensohn and Nicholas Stern additionally speak about the convention.

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Commodity market integration in the late 19th century was both impressive in scale and global in scope. Indeed, developing economies were becoming more rapidly integrated with the rest of the world than were their Atlantic economy counterparts during this period (Williamson 2000). Transport costs continued to fall during the 20th century, but at a slower rate. Isserlis (1938) provides an index of British tramp freight rates from 1869 to 1936. Between 1869 and 1914 real trend freight rates fell by 34 percent.

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Transport costs continued to fall during the 20th century, but at a slower rate. Isserlis (1938) provides an index of British tramp freight rates from 1869 to 1936. Between 1869 and 1914 real trend freight rates fell by 34 percent. They increased sharply during the war, remaining abnormally high until 1920. While they fell up to 1925, they never attained their prewar levels, and they rose thereafter, with the trend between 1921 and 1936 being broadly flat (at a level roughly equal to the 1869 level; Findlay and O’Rourke 2001).

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