Economics of Change in Less Developed Countries
Analyzes the changes that are taking place in less developed countries, examines the problems that the processes of change are generating and looks at the agents of change themselves. Stabilization and structural adjustment issues, and macroeconomic policy in general, are also discussed.
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Economic theorising about development
Economic equality and economic development
A Population employment and urbanisation
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