Cliometrics, Development, and Regional Economics
"Life in Harare is great - a lot better than in the past - for me at least.If I want to buy sugar, soap or bread, I no longer have to travel to South Africa.I can go to the local supermarket.The trip to to South Africa was 20 hours by bus - and another 20 hours back."
The de facto dollarization of the economy is a very interesting case, forces you to wonder: is free banking so bad after all? at least in developing countries? Didn't England and the US grow thank to it?
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