1. Law and Economic Development

    Law and Economic Development

    Edited by Hans-Bernd Schäfer, Angara V. Raja
    This authoritative collection demonstrates the increasing application of the law and economics methodology to the problems of developing countries. At the foundation of this application is the institutional approach to economic development, which emphasises the success or failure of key institutions in facilitating development. The impact on future research will be far-reaching and is expected to dominate the debate on development issues for a long time to come. Learn More
    2006   Hardback Price: $ 357.00   Web: $ 321.30
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  2. The WTO and Agriculture

    The WTO and Agriculture

    Edited by Kym Anderson, Tim Josling
    The WTO and Agriculture discusses the following questions: Why have agricultural markets been noted for relatively high degrees of government intervention and in particular for rising levels of protection? How was agricultural trade treated in the GATT and WTO? Has the Uruguay Round Agreement on Agriculture helped to resolve trade conflicts in world markets? What new opportunities and challenges are on the horizon? Learn More
    2005   Hardback Price: $ 609.00   Web: $ 548.10
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  3. Foreign Aid in the New Global Economy

    Foreign Aid in the New Global Economy

    Edited by Peter Burnell, Oliver Morrissey
    Aid is one of the major issues in development and international relations. Over the last 50 years there have been remarkable changes in our understanding of aid’s limits and potentialities as an instrument of economic, social and political change. This important collection brings together major landmark contributions to the analysis, structured around key issues and debates and offers an overview of present understanding. Learn More
    2004   Hardback Price: $ 343.00   Web: $ 308.70
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  4. The Economic Development of South Asia

    The Economic Development of South Asia

    Edited by Prema-chandra Athukorala
    This three-volume set brings together a comprehensive selection of papers on development policy making and economic performance in the five major economies in South Asia – India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal and Sri Lanka – during the past half a century of the post colonial era. Learn More
    2002   Hardback Price: $ 973.00   Web: $ 875.70
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  5. The Economic Development of Northeast Asia

    The Economic Development of Northeast Asia

    Edited by Heather Smith
    Economic growth in Northeast Asia during the last 50 years has, by any standards, been remarkable. This major four-volume set draws together some of the most influential papers published on the growth and industrial transformation of the economies of Japan, Korea, Taiwan and Hong Kong. Learn More
    2002   Hardback Price: $ 1,260.00   Web: $ 1,134.00
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  6. The Economic Development of Southeast Asia

    The Economic Development of Southeast Asia

    Edited by Hal Hill
    This group of economies is of interest for a number of reasons. Firstly, they feature great diversity – Singapore has one of the highest per capita incomes in the world, while several of the mainland Southeast Asian states are among the poorest. Brunei is a tiny oil sultanate, while Indonesia is the world’s fourth largest nation. In addition, several of these economies have been consistently among the world’s most open, while others are emerging from a long period of international commercial isolation. Thirdly, the group includes one sizeable country, the Philippines, which for reasons still only poorly understood has consistently under-performed compared to its potential. Four of the economies – Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand – grew extremely quickly in the three decades through to the recent Asian economic crisis. Lastly, the Asian economic crisis of 1997–98 particularly affected three of the countries – Indonesia, Malaysia, and Thailand. The factors explaining this sudden, and largely unanticipated, event are still only poorly understood. Learn More
    2002   Hardback Price: $ 1,379.00   Web: $ 1,241.10
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  7. The Political Economy of Development

    The Political Economy of Development

    Edited by Amitava Krishna Dutt
    This three-volume set collects key previously published articles in the field of development economics, covering alternative approaches and going beyond the boundaries of economics narrowly defined. Some of the included papers are classic contributions, some are authoritative survey articles and others are interesting new contributions. The collection covers such topics as: underdevelopment, growth and income distribution; resources in development; sectoral issues; open economy issues; and economic policies and institutions. The final section offers appraisals of the present state and future evolution of development economics. Learn More
    2002   Hardback Price: $ 959.00   Web: $ 863.10
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  8. Gender and Development: Theoretical, Empirical and Practical Approaches

    Gender and Development: Theoretical, Empirical and Practical Approaches

    Edited by Lourdes Benería, Savitri Bisnath
    This two-volume set brings together a selection of the most significant contributions to the field of gender and development. The key emphasis is on economic analysis, with some articles informed by an interdisciplinary approach. The volumes cover a variety of topics, including conceptual and methodological questions, statistical accounting of women’s work, issues related to the family, households and caring labour, poverty, employment and labour markets, structural adjustment policies and social change. The collection will be useful for economists as well as for other social scientists interested in the field of development, women’s work, labor markets, and feminist economics. Learn More
    2001   Hardback Price: $ 651.00   Web: $ 585.90
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  9. The Economic Development of Modern China

    The Economic Development of Modern China

    Edited by Joseph C.H. Chai
    The Economic Development of Modern China traces the development of the Chinese economy from the mid-19th century to the present day. To accomplish this task, this collection brings together the most influential writings in this field during the twentieth century which were originally published in numerous specialized international journals and monographs. Learn More
    2000   Hardback Price: $ 1,113.00   Web: $ 1,001.70
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  10. Privatisation in Developing Countries

    Privatisation in Developing Countries

    Edited by Paul Cook, Colin Kirkpatrick
    In recent decades, privatisation has been a key policy instrument in the move to more market-based economic systems in all parts of the developing world. Privatisation, however, has not necessarily been accompanied by an increase in market competition. In recent years, many public utilities have been privatised as monopolies and in addition regulatory systems have been developed to restrict their market power and protect the interests of consumers. Learn More
    2000   Hardback Price: $ 700.00   Web: $ 630.00
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  11. Environmental Economics and Development

    Environmental Economics and Development

    Edited by J. B. Opschoor, Kenneth Button, Peter Nijkamp
    This outstanding new collection surveys the relationship between the environment and development, and highlights some of the tensions that are implicit in the notion of sustainable development. Learn More
    1999   Hardback Price: $ 343.00   Web: $ 308.70
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  12. The Economics of Famine

    The Economics of Famine

    Edited by Jean Drèze
    The Economics of Famine presents an important collection of outstanding contributions to the economic analysis of famine. The first part consists of theoretical papers, including Amartya Sen’s classic exposition of the entitlement approach to famine analysis, various extensions and critiques of this approach, and more recent developments in the economics of famine. The second part consists of empirical case studies of famine in specific countries or regions, including Ireland, Russia, China, South Asia and sub-Saharan Africa. This innovative volume provides invaluable reference material for development economists and all those concerned with the persistence of famine in the modern world. Learn More
    1999   Hardback Price: $ 308.00   Web: $ 277.20
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  13. Developing and Newly Industrializing Countries

    Developing and Newly Industrializing Countries

    Edited by Chris Milner
    This two volume set presents a wide-ranging selection of important articles, which explore the effects of the globalization of the world economy on developing and newly industrialized countries. It investigates policies of liberalizing trade in developing countries and the effects of the inflow of capital and investment; it explores how the trend towards developing regional trading areas in for example, Europe, the Americas and the Pacific area, affects and is affected by globalization. Further topics include the role of multinational firms, the effects of the economic decisions taken by worldwide organizations or by the institutions of the major economic players, and the impact of global policy issues such as environment and trade on emerging economies. Learn More
    1998   Hardback Price: $ 504.00   Web: $ 453.60
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  14. The economics of population

    The economics of population

    Edited by Julian L. Simon
    This comprehensive two volume set includes the most important articles and papers on the subject written since World War II. The main emphasis is on the effects of demographic change but the key modern writings on the determinants of population change are also included. Learn More
    1997   Hardback Price: $ 602.00   Web: $ 541.80
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    Edited by Gene M. Grossman
    This new two volume set contains major recent theoretical and empirical contributions to the debate on long-term economic growth. Research on long-term growth was revitalized in recent years as it became clear that countries were not converging in income levels as was predicted by the neoclassical growth model. Also differences in growth rates across countries seemed systematic and predictable. These findings led to the development of models of ‘endogenous growth’ through which a country’s long-run growth rate is determined by economic and policy variables. Learn More
    1996   Hardback Price: $ 574.00   Web: $ 516.60
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    Edited by Deepak Lal
    This four volume work provides a comprehensive and authoritative selection of articles in development economics. The first two volumes cover issues concerning growth, agriculture and human resources. The third and fourth volumes cover industrialization, foreign trade and foreign capital, stabilisation policies and the emerging new area of political economy. Taken together they provide the basis for a comprehensive course on development economics at the third year undergraduate or first year graduate level. They show why development economics is a subject marked both by its obvious practical relevance as well as the many theoretical insights it has provided for other branches of economics. There are detailed introductions by the editor – a leading development economist with wide experience in both the practice and the teaching of the subject. Besides containing detailed bibliographies, these introductions place the readings in the volumes into a coherent context which is suitable to structure a one year course on the subject. As such it should be of interest to students, teachers and researchers. As policy concerns have been kept clearly in mind in the selections, the readings should also be of use to policymakers in governments and international organizations, for whom debates on development are likely to be a central concern. Learn More
    1992   Hardback Price: $ 1,036.00   Web: $ 932.40
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