The Inter-American Development Bank and Political Influence: With Special Reference to Costa Rica

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The Inter-American Development Bank and Political Influence: With Special Reference to Costa Rica

By R. Peter DeWitt, Jr.
Praeger, 1977
197 pp.
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Utilizing dependency theory as a conceptual framework, the author examines the influence of U.S. national interests on the Bank, and the Bank's impact on Costa Rican development. An interesting study.

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