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100 1  Clunies Ross, Anthony,|d1932-|0http://id.loc.gov/
       authorities/names/n50061468 
245 10 Development economics /|cAnthony Clunies-Ross, David 
       Forsyth, Mozammel Huq. 
264  1 Maidenhead :|bMcGraw-Hill Education,|c[2009] 
264  4 |c©2009 
300    xxv, 773 pages :|billustrations ;|c27 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index. 
505 0  PART 1 History, ideologies and methods. 1. Recognizing the
       development imperative -- 2. Economic development: the 
       story over fifty years -- 3. Ideologies and methods of 
       development economics -- 4. Macroeconomic theories of 
       economic growth -- 5. The development process: landmark 
       theories --- PART 2 Governance. 6. Governance questions 1:
       corruption -- 7. Governance questions 2: public-sector 
       scope, enhancement and reform -- 8. Civil society: role 
       and potential --- PART 3 Central global questions. 9. 
       Globalization: trade, trade policy, international economic
       relations -- 10. Poverty, equity and well-being -- 11. 
       Sustainable development, environmental evaluation, natural
       resources -- 12. Stabilization in developing countries ---
       PART 4 Real resources and sectoral considerations. 13. 
       Population and labour supply -- 14. Migration and 
       urbanization -- 15. Gender and development -- 16. 
       Agricultural development, food supply and rural 
       transformation -- 17. Industrialization and development --
       18. Building technological capability --- PART 5 Finance. 
       19. Domestic finance -- 20. Elaboration of economic 
       project-appraisal -- 21. Foreign aid -- 22. Loans and debt
       -- 23. Foreign direct investment -- 24. International 
       migration and remittances --- PART 6 Conclusion. 25. 
       Guidelines, judgements and possibilities. 
520    Broad beliefs about the economics of developing countries 
       and of the development process have changed considerably 
       due largely to changes in the world and in the application
       of economic policies within developing countries. The 
       extreme divergence of experience among regions of the 
       world has also made it more and more questionable whether 
       it even makes sense to think of a single and distinctive 
       economics of developing countries. This textbook presents 
       a concise and up-to-date examination of the field of 
       development economics, bringing together historical 
       perspectives, current issues and policy implications. 
650  0 Development economics.|0http://id.loc.gov/authorities/
       subjects/sh94005272 
700 1  Forsyth, David J. C.|0http://id.loc.gov/authorities/names/
       n85158328 
700 1  Huq, M. M.,|d1940- 
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