Economic crisis in developing countries : new perspectives on commodities, trade and finance : essays in honour of Alfred Maizels
Alfred Maizels (Other), Machiko Nissanke (Other), Adrian Hewitt (Other)
A scholarly analysis of the issues facing developing countries in a volatile international economic system, proposing strategies for overcoming debt crisis and achieving growth. It puts forward policies for development through trade, overseas aid, industrialization and technological change.
Print Book, English, 1993
Pinter Publishers, London, 1993
228 s. ; 23 cm
Part 1 Commodity prices, terms of trade and economic development: the terms of trade and the foreign debt of developing countries, John Spraos; the impact of trends and volatility in terms of trade and on GNP growth, Hans Singer and Jerker Edstrom; stabilization-cum-adjustment over the commodity price cycle, Machiko Nissanke; commodity market instability and compensatory financing, Adrian Hewitt; Part 2 Trade, finance and technology policies for development: trade, trade policy and economic development in very low-income countries, G.K. Helleiner; interdependence of technological change with growth of trade and GNP, Chris Freeman; financial policies for industrialization and development, Yilmax Akyuz; World Bank finance for development in the 1980s, Frances Stewart; the evolution of the doctrine and practice of loan conditionality, Dragoslav Avramovic.