Charged with analyzing and criticizing the way economies develop and grow, development economists play a vital role in attempting to reduce inequality across the world. The fourth edition of this classic textbook introduces students to this vital field. All of the popular aspects of earlier editions are retained with new additions such as the intro

chapter 1|34 pages


part |2 pages

PART I The economic theory of growth and development

chapter 3|18 pages

Dual Economy Models

part |2 pages

Part II Investment, saving, foreign resources and industrialization in less developed countries

part |2 pages

Part III: Sectoral development and planning

chapter 9|25 pages

Green Revolution And Income Distribution

chapter 11|40 pages

Development Planning

chapter 12|12 pages

Structural Adjustment And Development

part |2 pages

Part IV: A new deal in commodity trade?

chapter 13|13 pages

The New International Economic Order

chapter 14|20 pages

The International Debt Crisis

chapter 15|17 pages

Environment And Development