Economic Consequences of the Size of Nations

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Economic Consequences of the Size of Nations

By E. A. G. Robinson
St. Martin's Press, 1960
446 pp. $10.00

These proceedings of a conference held in 1957 by the International Economic Association are directed to the complex problem of the causal relations between the size of a nation and its economic efficiency and potential for growth and development--a subject about which there has been no lack of easy generalizations. A very useful contribution by many skilled economists.

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