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by Gavin Kitching

eBook Development and Underdevelopment in Historical Perspective: Populism, Nationalism, and Industrialization (Open University Set Book) download ISBN: 0416731406
Author: Gavin Kitching
Publisher: Methuen & Co. (1982)
Language: English
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Category: Political
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Start by marking Development And Underdevelopment In Historical Perspective: Populism . This book should be of interest to lecturers and students of development studies, socialist economics.

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How do the intellectual origins and historical background of western and other theories of development affect their relevance to. .

How do the intellectual origins and historical background of western and other theories of development affect their relevance to contemporary Third-World conditions? This is the central question behind Gavin Kitching’s examination of ‘development studies’, first published in 1982, from its origins in the late 1940s through to the contemporary era. While presenting the contemporary ‘radical orthodoxy’ of development studies, Kitching argues that these theories are continuations of much older traditions of populist and neo-populist thought.

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Published 1986 by Methuen in London, New York. Development and underdevelopment, Open University set book.

This is the central question behind Gavin Kitching’s examination of ‘development studies’, first published in 1982, from its origins in the late 1940s through to the contemporary era. How do the intellectual origins and historical background of western and other theories of development affect their relevance to contemporary Third-World conditions?

While presenting the contemporary a?�radical orthodoxya? of development studies, Kitching argues that these theories are continuations of much older traditions of populist and neo-populist thought.

While presenting the contemporary a?�radical orthodoxya? of development studies, Kitching argues that these theories are continuations of much older traditions of populist and neo-populist thought.

In this book Easterly shows how these solutions all violate the basic principle of economics, that people-private individuals and businesses, government officials, even aid donors-respond to incentives. Easterly first discusses the importance of growth. He then analyzes the development solutions that have failed.