The Pioneers of Development Economics

Great Economists on Development

K. S. Jomo

The Pioneers of Development Economics

K. S. Jomo

Distributed for Zed Books

288 pages | 5.4375 x 8.5
Paper $34.95 ISBN: 9781842776452 Published September 2005 For sale in North and South America only
Contents
Introduction - Jomo K.S.
1. Why ‘Development Economics‘? - Prabhat Patnaik
2. William Petty and Some Early Colonial Roots Of Development Economics - Hugh Goodacre
3. Ricardo‘s Fallacy: Mutual Benefit from Trade Based on Comparative Costs and Specialization? - Utsa Patnaik
4. Friedrich List and the Infant Industry Argument - Mehdi Shafaeddin
5. Karl Marx as a Development Economist - Prabhat Patnaik
6. Lenin and the Agrarian Question - Utsa Patnaik
7. Marshall as a Development Economist - Renee Prendergast
8. Michal Kalecki and the Economics of Development - Jayati Ghosh
9. The Significance of Keynes for Development Economics - John Toye
10. Keynes, Kaldor and Economic Development - Amiya Kumar Bagchi
11. Karl Polanyi as a Development Economist - Kari Polanyi Levitt
12. Alexander Gerschenkron and Late Industrialization - C. P. Chandrasekhar
13. Raul Prebisch and Arthur Lewis: The Two Basic Dualities of Development Economics - Kari Polanyi Levitt
14. Sir Hans Singer: Advocating a Fair Distribution of the Fruits of Progress - Kunibert Raffer
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