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Economic Development (2nd Edition)

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Red Globe Press

Pages: 237
Series:

Economics Today

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Paperback - 9780333722282

18 June 1998

$62.99

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Ebook - 9781349146895

11 November 1998

$50.99

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Economic development continues to be an area of interest to students on a variety of courses. The second edition of this book provides a lively and interesting introduction to the subject covering all of the major issues,...

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Economic development continues to be an area of interest to students on a variety of courses. The second edition of this book provides a lively and interesting introduction to the subject covering all of the major issues, including Third World debt, income distribution and environmental problems. Its issue-based approach makes it ideal for A-level and first year undergraduate students.

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Written in a very accessible style
Issue-based approach ideal for Alevel and introductory level courses

The World and its Welfare
Development: Economic and Human
Population Growth: Threat or Opportunity?
Can We Cure Poverty?
Feeding the World
Industrialisation The Key to Development?
Trade and Development
The Debt Crisis
Government, Externalities and the Environment.

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GARETH REES is Head of Economics at the United World College of the Atlantic, South Wales

CHARLES SMITH is a senior lecturer in Economics at Swansea Business School, Swansea Institute of Higher Education

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GARETH REES is Head of Economics at the United World College of the Atlantic, South Wales

CHARLES SMITH is a senior lecturer in Economics at Swansea Business School, Swansea Institute of Higher Education

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