Planning, income distribution, private foreign investment, Volume 1972
Development Centre of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, 1974 - Business & Economics - 234 pages
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WORK AND EMPLOYMENT IN DEVELOPING ECONOMIES 8 3
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activity agricultural alternative analysis Argentina assumption average share Belgrade Bolivia capita GNP capital capital accumulation capitalist sector cent Ceylon changes coefficient Colombia costs developing countries direct investment Director distribution of income domestic dualistic dualistic countries economic development economic growth economists effects of PFI employment problems enterprise expatriate exports extent factors foreign investment Ghana given host country human resources imbalance important income distribution income effect income inequality income share increase independent variables indicate individual industrial influence institutes investor Ivory Coast Kenya labour labour force LDCs less levels of development measures ment moderately dualistic modern output particular political participation poorest 60 percent population possible private foreign investment production projects relative rural sample savings sectoral model Senegal shadow prices sharply dualistic significant social socioeconomic development statistical structure studies subgroups subsistence techniques urban wage Yugoslavia