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How rich countries got rich... and why poor countries stay poor?

Author: Reinert, Erik S. Publisher: Constable and Robinson, 2007.Language: EnglishDescription: 365 p. : Graphs ; 24 cm.ISBN: 1845293266Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Print HB847 .R45 2007
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Includes bibliographical references and index


How Rich Countries Got Rich ... and Why Poor Countries Stay Poor Contents Foreword by Jomo K. S., UN Assistant Secretary-General for Economic Development Acknowledgements List of Figures Introduction 1 Discovering Types of Economic Theories 2 The Evolution of the Two Different Approaches 3 Emulation: How Rich Countries Got Rich 4 Globalization: the Arguments in Favour are also the Arguments Against 5 Globalization and Primitivization: How the Poor Get Even Poorer 6 Explaining Away Failure: Red Herrings at the End of History 7 Palliative Economics: Why the Millennium Goals are a Bad Idea 8 'Get the economic activities right', or, the Lost Art of Creating Middle-Income Countries vii xi xv xvii 1 21 71 101 165 203 239 271 Appendices I David Ricardo's Theory of Comparative Advantage in International Trade II Two Different Ways of Understanding the Economic World and the Wealth and Poverty of Nations III Frank Graham's Theory of Uneven Development IV Two Ideal Types of Protectionism Compared V Philipp von Hörnigk's Nine Points on How to Emulate the Rich Countries (1684) VI The Quality Index of Economic Activities Notes Bibliography Index 301 305 309 311 313 317 318 336 357

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