Economics for a Developing World: An Introduction to Principles, Problems and Policies for Development
An introductory text oriented towards the teaching of economics within the context of the major problems of development and underdevelopment in Third World nations.
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activities Africa agricultural America areas basic benefits capital cent Chapter commodity concept consumer consumption costs curve demand dependence determined developed countries developed nations distribution domestic economic growth effects employment equal especially example exchange existing exports fact factor farm Figure force foreign given greater groups growing higher important improve income increase individual industrial institutional interest investment labour land Latin LDCs less less developed levels limited living lower major manufactured means ment migration nature opportunities output planning policies political poor population population growth possible poverty primary principle problems production rates relative result rich rise rural sector simply social society South Korea structure supply Table technological theory Third World countries Third World nations tion trade traditional units urban wage