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Amiya Kumar Bagchi
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The division of the world into rich and poor nations, and the division within poor nations between a minority of rich people and a majority of poor people living at a minimum subsistence level, has been obvious to careful observers for a long time. This book gives an overview of the problems of underdevelopment confronting third-world countries, making use of both Marxist and neo-Keynesian methods of analysis. It makes clear the historical origins of these contemporary problems, particularly with reference to the major countries of Asia and Latin America, and discusses the ways in which inequalities, both within and between countries, are propaged and perpetuated.

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ISBN13 (SKU) 9780521284042
Title The Political Economy of Underdevelopment
Author Amiya Kumar Bagchi
Edition 1st
Publisher Cambridge
Publication Date 1982
Country of Publication United Kingdom
Format Type Physical
Number of Pages 292
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