The fourth volume in the Handbook of Comparative Economic Policies, this book provides an overview of the development problems and experiences of developing countries. Rather than focusing on development economics per se, the volume discusses the problems faced by developing countries, the way they sought to overcome those problems, and their progress in overcoming the problems. Written by renowned international experts in development economics, the chapters provide the most comprehensive and current comparative studies available, making the handbook a useful tool for students of development economics, economists, and policy makers.
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