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|Named Person:||Gunnar Myrdal; Gunnar Myrdal; Gunnar Myrdal|
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|Description:||xviii, 147 pages ; 25 cm.|
|Contents:||Introduction Part I: Explaining Fundamentals in the Intellectual Development of Gunnar Myrdal 1. The Issue of Valuations in Science - and Economics 2. The Question of Time in Neo-classical Economics 3. The Basic Tendency of Markets: equilibrium or dynamics? 4. The role of the Public Sector in the Economy 5. Out of the War: planning for peace and welfare society Part II: Gunnar Myrdal and the International Economy 6. Forging the International Outlook During the War Bridge-Building and 'Organized Free Trade' 7. In the Economic Commission for Europe and Beyond: the functionalist civil service preparing for the future beyond stalemate 8. Rattling with Issues of Trade Theories and Development: from Columbia to Cairo 9. Modernization and the Internal Impediments to Development: South Asia in focus. 10. Challenge of World Poverty: back to American Creed? 11. Introducing Ecology into Economics: the UN Conference on Human Environment 1972 and beyond. 12. Myrdal, the internationalist disappointed: The urgency and impediments to international cooperation. 13. Values and Shortfalls in Myrdal's Outlook on Internatnional Affairs. Part III: Out of the European Dilemma? Using Myrdal's Ideas in the Post-2008 Landscape 14. The Dynamics of 2008 as Four Interlinked Circles 15. The Ecologic Crisis: the inexorable growth of the pressure on the ecological balance 16. Myrdal's approach as a tool in this new landscape? 17. The Pertinency of the Core Values of Myrdal: rationality, equality and democracy. 18. Transcending Myrdal: debt, credit and new growth paradigms 19. Between Morality and Realism: the ideas of Gunnar Myrdal in the new international political landscape.|
|Series Title:||Routledge frontiers of political economy, 179.|