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Collecting together papers from international journals, this book encompasses economics and the philosophical, historical, technical and practical facets of the real world. Grouped together in three separate, yet related parts, the essays deal with 'Problems of Developed Economies', 'Problems of Developing Economies' and 'International Prosperity and Progress'. Reviews of relevant books by Roy Harrod, T. Haavelmo, W. A. Lewis and T. Barna have been included as appendices. Truly international in its coverage and sources, this collection includes articles from the USA, Japan, the UK, India, Italy, Switzerland and Jamaica.
PrefacePart I: The Problems of Developed Economies1. Inflation in the Postwar American Economy2. Professor Hansen on America's Economic Revolution3. Governor Rockefeller on America's Economic Growth4. The 'Principia Ethica' of an Affluent SocietyPart II: Problems of Developing Economies5. A Linear Programming Model of Growth without AusterityAPPENDIX: Japan's credit-supported Growth and Linear Programming6. The 'Takeoff' Path of an Underdeveloped Economy7. Mixed Economic Statecraft and Democratic Safeguards8. Achieving and Diffusing Economic AffluencePart III: International Prosperity And Progress9. The International Compatibility of Growth and Trade10. The Agenda for International Equilibrium11. Towards a World Economic GovernmentTowards a Democracy of Nations
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