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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Adjibolosoo, Senyo B-S.K.
Global development the human factor way.
Westport, Conn. : Praeger, 1998
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Senyo B-S K Adjibolosoo
|Description:||xiii, 235 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm|
|Contents:||Scarcity: The Central Focus of All Human Action and Endeavor --
Human Responses and Predicaments --
Dealing with Scarcity: The Evolution of Ideologies of Social Order and Political Economy of Development --
Conquering Scarcity the Capitalist Way: Models and Theories of Economic Growth and Development --
Confronting Scarcity the Socialist Way: The Birth of Command Economic Systems and the Future of Capitalism --
The Capitalist Response: New Strategies and Programs for Growth and Development --
Further Human Attempts at Social Engineering and Global Development --
The Evolving Electronically Wired Global Village: Its Development and Implications --
The Human Plight and Predicament: Needs and Crises That Linger --
Human Factor Prespectives --
Human Factor Perspectives on Failing Social Institutions and Systems --
The Human Factor Concept of Global Development --
Achieving Global Development Through Human Factor Engineering.
|Responsibility:||Senyo B-S.K. Adjibolosoo.|
"This book presents a refreshing view on economic history from the perspective of dealing with the problem of scarcity, and shows the importance of the human factor (HF) in all aspects of economic