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"This book is an important contribution to literature on understanding how trade liberalization in South Asia has developed" - Rina M. Alluri, Swisspeace; Journal of International and Global Studies Volume 4, Number 1, (November 2012).
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Prema-chandra Athkorala is Professor of Economics at the College of Asia and The Pacific, Australian National University and Fellow of the Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia. He has published numerous books and articles on international trade and economic development. Jayatilleke S. Bandara is an Associate Professor at the Department of Accounting, Finance and Economics, Griffith University, Australia. He has published extensively in the areas of trade, development and economic modelling, particularly focusing on South Asian countries. Saman Kelegama is the Executive Director of the Institute of Policy Studies of Sri Lanka and a Fellow of the National Academy of Sciences in Sri Lanka. He has written a number of books on Sri Lankan economy and South Asian economic issues.
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