Are the nations of the Western World more productive than other nations? Are they wealthier because of their market-oriented economic institutions? Should Third World nations follow this approach with their economic development? This volume explores the opportunities for economic development as well as potential development obstacles. It challenges conventional wisdom by arguing that foreign aid is largely harmful and multinational corporations are quite beneficial to the people of the Third World.
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