Development Without Dependence

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Development Without Dependence

By Pierre Uri
Praeger (for the Atlantic Institute for International Affairs), 1976
166 pp. $16.50

The well-known French economist and activist provides a lively and sensible analysis of what is needed to give developing countries a better place in the world economy. Aid is assigned an important part, but reforms are proposed for trade, money, multinationals and the policies of developing countries themselves.

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