By Steven R. Tabor
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In particular, they will reflect the historical responses of domestic policies to earlier external shocks. Rather than attempt to unravel this history, it might be more meaningful, although still far from trivial, to consider whether the imbalances are temporary or permanent. If permanent, they will require fundamental changes in the relationship between supply and demand in the economy; domestic policies to reduce aggregate demand in the short run and to expand supply will be essential. In contrast, if the disequilibrium has arisen from circumstances (either internal or external) that are likely to be temporary, the policy response may well be to seek short-term financing.
Investment in the generation and diffusion of technology is another important area for expanding the production possibilities frontier to a position such as Q1Q1. The preceding discussion makes clear the need for, and potential contribution of, structural adjustment reforms. There has often been a close link between lending for balance of payments purposes and agreed policy reform programs. By providing additional resources over which the economy would not otherwise have had control, it can serve to cushion a decline in real spending while reforms are taking place.
Richard Claase's graphics and the editorial contributions of Gerry Twomey, Kathleen Sheridan, Kathy Shipp, and John Didier are also gratefully acknowledged. Together, they have injected a measure of clarity and coherence into a topic fraught with specialist nomenclature and narrow disciplinary confines. STEVEN R. TABOR Page xi CONTRIBUTORS The affiliations shown are those at the time of chapter preparation. Alirahman, National Planning Authority, Jakarta, Indonesia Julian M. Alston, University of California at Davis, Davis, California Peter Ballantyne, European Centre for Development Policy Management, Maastricht, The Netherlands James A.
Agricultural research in an era of adjustment: policies, institutions, and progress by Steven R. Tabor