Developing Latin America: A Modernization Perspective

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DEVELOPING LATIN AMERICA
A Modernization Perspective

Pradip K. Ghosh, Editor

Foreword by Gamani Corea, Secretary-General of UNCTAD

Prepared under the auspices of the Center for International Development, University of Maryland, College Park, and the World Academy of Development and Cooperation, Washington, D.C.

International Development Resource Books, Number 19

Greenwood Press Westport, Connecticut · London, England

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Copyright Acknowledgments v
  • Contents ix
  • List of Tables xi
  • Abbreviations xvii
  • Foreword xix
  • Preface xxi
  • Part I - Current Issues, Trends, Analytical Methods, Strategies and Policies, Current Studies 1
  • Introduction 3
  • Latin America in the World Economy 9
  • General Trends in World Trade 49
  • Domestic Financing in Latin American Development 79
  • Economic Integration in Latin American Development 123
  • Latin American Countries and the New International Economic Order 150
  • Part II - Statistical Information and Sources 171
  • I - Bibliography of Information Sources 173
  • II - Statistical Tables and Figures 188
  • Part III - Resource Bibliography 285
  • I - Development (general) 287
  • II - Development Policy and Planning 315
  • III - Economic Policy 324
  • IV - Industrialization 342
  • VII - Energy Policy 354
  • IX - Health, Food and Nutrition 360
  • X - New International Economic Order 362
  • XI - Foreign Aid 363
  • XII - Multinationals 365
  • XIII - Economic Integration 368
  • XIV - Basic Needs 370
  • XV - Appropriate Technology 371
  • XVI - Development Co-Operation 371
  • XVII - International Trade 373
  • XVIII - Disarmament 377
  • Part IV - Dirictory of Information Sources 379
  • I - United Nations Information Sources 381
  • II - Bibliography of Bibliographies 391
  • III - Directory of Periodicals 396
  • IV - Research Institutions 400
  • Appendix 412
  • Index 415
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