Export instability, Economics, Investment
Export instability is often seen to be detrimental to the economic growth of those developing countries which have a large export sector and which depend on a few primary products for this export. One of the arguments against export instability is that it produces instability in government revenue which leads to instability in government expenditure. This instability in government expenditure is then seen to affect economic growth adversely in two ways...
Australian Economic Papers
Lim, D. (1987). Export instability, investment and economic growth in developing countries. Australian Economic Papers, 26 (49), 318-327. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1467-8454.1987.tb00511.x