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Leading Issues in Economic Development by James E. Rauch, Gearld Meier

Leading Issues in Economic Development



Leading Issues in Economic Development by James E. Rauch, Gearld Meier

Since 1964, Leading Issues in Economic Development has been a market leading undergraduate development textbook. Reviewers praise the new edition for its explanation of theories and its wide range of references to authors, international organisations and web sites.

About the Author

Gerald M. Meier is Konosuke Matsushita Professor Emeritus of International Economics and Policy Analysis at the Graduate School of Business at Stanford University. James Rauch is Professor of Economics at the University of California, San Diego, and Research Associate at the National Bureau for Economic Research.

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Publication date

10th February 2005


James E. Rauch, Gearld Meier

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Oxford University Press Inc


672 pages


Development economics & emerging economies



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