New International Economic Order: A Third World Perspective


Financial resources of the magnitude, form, and character necessary to support changes in the structure of production in developing countries are essential for progress toward a new, more equitable international economic order. Inadequacies in the current monetary and financial system contribute to the underutilization of resources productive to developing countries and to the maintainence of economic imbalance. This volume demonstrates the need for a systematic attack on the acute problems of poverty and underdevelopment. It provides background information and data for those directly involved in the formulation of development theory and the implementation of development policy. The theory developed and practical experience discussed in these essays provide valuable perspectives on the continuing efforts to realign the international economic order.

Additional information

Includes content by:
  • Rajni Kothari
  • Sartaj Aziz
  • Johan Galtung
  • R. J. Wickes
  • Lars Anell
Publisher: Place of publication:
  • Westport, CT
Publication year:
  • 1984