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Poverty amidst plenty : world political economy and distributive justice

Author: Edward Weisband
Publisher: Boulder, Colo. : Westview Press, 1989.
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Poverty amidst plenty.
Boulder, Colo. : Westview Press, 1989
(OCoLC)654294190
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Edward Weisband
ISBN: 0813305233 9780813305233 0813305241 9780813305240
OCLC Number: 15855930
Notes: Includes index.
Description: xiv, 270 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Contents: What is justice? / John Arthur and William H. Shaw --
What is political economy? / Martin Staniland --
What is poverty? / The Independent Commission on International Development Issues (The Brandt Commission) --
What is relative poverty? / Paul Harrison --
What is the economics that really matters? / Gerald M. Meier --
Why do the poor stay poor? : urban bias in world development / Michael Lipton --
Who gets how much of what? : a simple illustration / Michael P. Todaro --
Who gets what, how much--and where? / David M. Smith --
Drawing the poverty line / Malcolm Gillis ... [et al.] --
Ugly facts and fancy models : poverty in the Third World / Keith Griffin and Azizur Rahman Khan --
Politics, population, and the pathways to poverty / William M. Murdoch. Inequality in the Third World : an assessment of competing explanations / Atul Kohli ... [et al.] --
Equity for whom? / Richard F. Fagen --
Class formation in the periphery / James Petras --
Class, capital, and the autonomy of states / Martin Staniland --
Models of development and social change / Paul Steidlmeier --
The second image reversed : impact of the international economy on domestic politics / Peter Gourevitch --
Imperialism, dependency, and world capitalism : a historical outline / Anthony Brewer --
Marxism and dependency / V. Kubálková and A.A. Cruickshank --
Dependency theory and modern world systems : a liberal critique / Robert Gilpin --
The multinational corporation and the law of uneven development / Stephen Hymer. Dependent development and the product cycle / Peter Evans --
The global factory : foreign assembly in international trade / Joseph Grunwald and Kenneth Flamm --
The core-periphery structure of production and jobs : the internationalizing of production / Robert W. Cox --
Justice in the International Society of States / Terry Nardin --
Three levels of justice : national, international, and global / W.H. Smith --
Global egalitarianism : can we make out a case? / Charles Beitz --
The liberal international economic order / Miriam Camps, with Catherine Gwin --Protectionism and the myths of liberal doctrine / Susan Strange --
What the Third World really wants / Stephen D. Krasner --
The International Monetary Fund, conditionality, and basic needs / Richard E. Feinberg --
The future of distributive justice / Robert O. Keohane.
Responsibility: edited by Edward Weisband.

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