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This appendix section contains thirteen tables. The first table illustrates the distribution of land holdings by country, Gini-coefficients, 1880-1999. The second table presents regression variables and data characteristics. The third table describes correlation matrix corresponding to the regression variables. The fourth table compares initial conditions and paths of colonial development in British Malaya, Sierra Leone and Zambia. The fifth table presents gross enrolment rates in Latin American primary schooling, 1870-2000. The sixth table describes unadjusted grade distribution ratio's in the developing world, 1960-2005. The seventh table illustrates export specialisation patterns and openness to trade in Latin America, 1906-2000. The last table presents an example of a three-sector Theil-index.

Keywords: British Malaya; correlation matrix; Gini-coefficients; gross enrolment rates; Latin American primary schooling; regression variables; Sierra Leone; Theil-index; Zambia



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