Economic Theory and Under-developed Regions
G. Duckworth, 1957 - Počet stran: 167
Discusses economic, social and political problems facing under-developed countries with emphasis on the aspect of economic inequalities between developed and under-developed countries.
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actually analysis approach assumption basis become belief capital cause chapter circular causation classes colonial common continuously course cumulative process demand developed countries direction discussion doctrine economic development economic inequalities economic theory economists effects efforts entire equality doctrine equilibrium existence explanation fact factors forces further give given greater groups higher idea ideal implies important income increase individual industrial influence interests interferences international trade investment Italy labour less living logical means moral move movements natural Negro opportunity organisations particular philosophies play political poor poorer population position possible practical predilections present problems production progress question raising reality reasons recent referred reforms regions relations represent result richer countries rise situation social society spread effects tend theoretical thinking tion tradition under-developed countries usually whole