This volume brings together some of the most important papers on the development of the Third World.
Table of Contents
Preface; Acknowledgements; Part I. General Perspective: 1. Practical politics of economic development Ronald Robinson; 2. Development decade in perspective Gerald M. Meier; 3. Obstacles to progress Cambridge Conference Report; Part II. Industrialisation: 4. Role of industry in Pakistan's development plan Khalid Ikram; 5. Promotion of Indian industrial development V. K. Ramaswami; 6. The role of industry Cambridge Conference Report; 7. Industrialisation through 'intermediate technology' E. F. Schumacher; 8. Technology, employment and culture Cambridge Conference Report; 9. Latin American industrial development Nuno F. de Figueiredo; Part III. Rural Development: 10. Historic role of agriculture in development Sir Joseph Hutchinson; 11. Social attitudes to agriculture K. A. Busia; 12. Planning the rural sector Tarlok Singh; 13. Priorities in agricultural production and rural industry Edmundo Flores; 14. Land reform Erich Jacoby; Part IV. The Role of Government: 15. Mobilising internal resources through taxation Stanley Please; 16. Does 'Kaldorian Fiscalism' work? Cambridge Conference Report; 17. Administrative obstacles to development Rashid Ibrahim; 18. Difficulties in public administration Cambridge Conference Report; Part V. Aid: 19. Effectiveness of foreign assistance Hollis B. Chenery; 20. Criteria for allocating aid Cambridge Conference Report; 21. Bilateral aid Lord Balogh; 22. Roles of bilateral and multilateral aid Cambridge Conference Report; 23. The case for economic aid Ronald Robinson; Appendices; Endnotes; Index.
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