The Process of Economic Development

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Index
The index is in word-by-word alphabetical order. Page references relating to information in tables or illustrations are given in italic. F or B following a page reference refers to a Focus or Box feature, respectively.
a
achievement attitudes 139 B
advantage, comparative 113 -18
Africa:
colonialism 71 -3, 82 F, 88 -9;
DFI in 410 ;
gender bias in 312 ;
logging in 422 ;
SALs in 518 ;
sub-Saharan 6 , 13 - 15 , 25 -6, 225 -6, 236 , 241 , 276 , 317 , 360 , 447 ;
toxic waste services 463 F;
West Africa case study 194 -8
aggregate production functions 111
agriculture 18 ;
agrarian reforms 292 -3;
agribusiness 338 -40;
boom-bust cycles 319 ;
cash crops 331 -5;
declining growth 309 -11;
development strategies 320 F;
diminishing returns 112 -13;
dualism 315 -17;
environmental issues 314 B, 323 B, 339 B;
high-yield varieties 328 -30;
land ownership 315 -17;
peasant vs. commercial 81 ;
product prices 160 -3;
R&D 334 ;
relative neglect 311 -15;
role of government 313 -15, 340 -6;
sharecropping 335 -7;
surplus labor model 140 -5;
and technology 110 F;
theories of Malthus 109 , 110 F;
"traditional" 321 -2, 324 ;
West Africa 195 -6;
see also peasants
aid, foreign 171 , 199 - 200 , 522 -8
Alam, M. Shahid 83
Ali, Muhammed 80
Allen, Mark 526 -7
Amsden, Alice 18 , 80 , 212 , 255 , 296 , 300 , 304 , 307 , 388 , 464
antagonistic growth 139 -40
Argentina 84 , 160 -2, 297 , 480 F
Asia, East see high-performance Asian economies (HPAEs)
Asian Drama (G. Myrdal) 174
Assessing Aid (World Bank) 523 , 527
associated dependent development 182
austerity programs 12 B, 504 -9
autonomy, embedded see embedded autonomy
autonomy, technological 380 , 390 , 395
Ayres, Clarence 172 -4

b
backwash effects 175
balance of payments:
capital and financial account balances 455 -8;
and currency over-valuation 461 -6;
current account balances 452 -5, 459 , 461 -4;
and exchange rates 459 -66;
managed external disequilibrium 464 -6;
monitoring 466 ;
problems 459 ;
and twin deficits 458
balance of trade 452 -3
Bangladesh 198 , 365
banks, development 262 F, 522
Baran, Paul 94 -5, 178 -81
barriers to development 20 -2
Barro, Robert J. 237
basic human needs approach 12 B, 60 , 186 , 513 -16
Bauer, P.T. (Lord) 193 -4;
negative role of government 199 - 202 ;
West Africa case study 194 -8
bias:
cultural 311 -13;
donor 525 -6;
gender 312 B, 361 -2;
urban 311 , 335
big push theory 130 -3, 136
Bird, Graham 506 , 509
birth rates 352 -9
black markets 446
Blair, Calvin 262 F
Board of Investment, Thailand 211 F
Boeke, J.H. 92 -3
Bolivia 312 , 368 F
Brady Plan 487
Brazil 126 , 212 , 215 -18, 181 , 183 , 431
Bretton Woods 304 , 444 , 497
Britain:
profits of colonialism 75 -8;
see also colonialism, British:
colonialism in India see under India
Buffer Stock Facility (IMF) 502

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