International Aspects of Economic Development

International Aspects of Economic Development

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This work argues that economic development is influenced by a complex combination of domestic and international factors and that to ignore the international aspects of economic development, and their inter-relationship with the deomestic aspects, is to overlook a crucial set of influences. "International Aspects of Economic Development" examines such interaction as well as the strategic international issues - aid, debt, energy, environment, finance, industrialization and trade - which impinge on development.
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  • Hardback | 256 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 20mm | 509g
  • Academic Press Inc
  • San Diego, United States
  • English
  • 2nd edition
  • 0120997428
  • 9780120997428

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Table of contents

International aspects of economic development - a contextual introduction, Graham Bird; European community trade policies towards the developing countries, Matthew McQueen; international trade and economic development - the implications of the "New Trade Theory", Chris Milner; first world's machines and Third World's economic development, Homi Katrak; economic development and the world energy market, Paul Stevens; north-south interaction - retrospect and prospect, S. Mansoob Murshed; greenhouse gas scenarios and global warming - the role of Third World countries, Peter J.G. Pearson; aid effectiveness and policy, Paul Mosely and Sara Horrell; is there still a Latin American debt crisis?, Stephany Griffith-Jones and Ricardo Gottschalk; incentives under the Brady strategy, P.N. Snowden; the Bretton Woods institutions and developing countries - analyzing the past and anticipating the future, Graham Bird.
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