Part I: Geography and Microeconomic Mechanisms for Economic Development:.
2. Geography and Economic Development.
3. Driving Force I: Exogenous Comparative Advantage and Trading Efficiency.
4. Driving Force II: Endogenous Comparative Advantage and Trading Efficiency.
5. Driving Force III: Economies of Scale and Trading Efficiency.
6. Coexistence of Endogenous and Exogenous Comparative Advantages and Patterns of Development and Trade.
7. Structural Changes, Trade, and Economic Development.
Part II: The Institution of the Firm, Endogenous Transaction Costs, and Economic Development:.
8. Economic Development, the Institution of the Firm, and Entrepreneurship.
9. Endogenous Transaction Costs, Contract, and Economic Development.
10. Transaction Risk, Property Rights, Insurance, and Economic Development.
Part III: Urbanization and Industrialization:.
11. Urbanization, Dual Structure between Urban and Rural Areas, and Economic Development.
12. Industrialization, Structural Changes, Economic Development, and Division of Labor in Roundabout Production.
Part IV: Dynamic Mechanisms for Economic Development:.
13. Neoclassical Models of Economic Growth.
14. Economic Development Generated by Endogenous Evolution in Division of Labor.
15. Social Experiments and Evolution of Knowledge of Economic Development.
Part V: Macroeconomics of Development:.
16. Investment, Saving, and Economic Development.
17. Money, Division of Labor, and Economic Development.
18. Endogenous Business Cycles, Cyclical Unemployment, and Endogenous, Long-run Growth.
19. Economic Transition.