Assistant Professor of Economics at Ohio University.
Mohsin s. Khan and Malcolm D. Knight, “Determinants of Current Account Balances of Non-Oil Developing Countries in the 1970s: An Empirical Analysis,” Staff Papers, International Monetary Fund (Washington), Vol. 30 (December 1983), pp. 819-42.
Complete data were obtained for the following countries in each analytical group. Iset oil exporters were: Bolivia, Ecuador, Malaysia, Mexico, Peru, the Syrian Arab Republic, and Tunisia; major exporters of manufactures were: Brazil, Israel, the Republic of Korea, Singapore, South Africa, and Yugoslavia; low-income countries were: Burma, India, Kenya, Malawi, Pakistan, and Tanzania; and other net oil importers were: Cyprus, the Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Honduras, Malta, Morocco, Paraguay, Philippines, and Thailand. (The cut-off per capita income for the low-income group was the equivalent of $350 in 1978, as estimated by the World Bank.)
R.W. Parks, “Efficient Estimation of a System of Regression Equations When Disturbances Are Both Serially and Contemporaneously Correlated,” American Statistical Association Journal (Washington), Vol. 62 (June 1967), pp. 500-09.