There are a number of studies by Myanmar economists as well as Burma scholars from abroad covering different post-war periods and/or various aspects of development in Myanmar. This book brings them together under one roof by recasting bits and pieces of their work according to the author's own understanding.
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The Burma Road to Poverty By Mya Maung; Everett E. Hagen Praeger Publishers, 1991
Burma: Prospects for a Democratic Future By Robert I. Rotberg Brookings Institution, 1998
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