Economics of Development
W.W. Norton, 1996 - Business & Economics - 604 pages
Edited by researchers and field practitioners in economics and politics (Harvard, Rice), this is a new edition of a text for use in an undergraduate course in development economics, or as a reference for specialized courses that include development among their topics. The information is organized into five main topics: theory and patterns, guiding development, human resources, capital resources, and production and trade. The new edition includes a new chapter examining neo classic growth theory of the 1950s to more recent approaches to growth. Also new is an emphasis on currency crises and other contemporary financial issues, and a completely rewritten chapter on foreign capital flows. Annotation copyrighted by Book News Inc., Portland, OR
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