The Newly Industrializing Countries in the World Economy

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The Newly Industrializing Countries in the World Economy

By Bela Balassa
Pergamon Press, 1981
461 pp. $45.00

The prolific author-who works for the World Bank as well as teaching-deals with major issues and argues forcefully for the mutual advantages of most countries adapting to the changing international division of labor, especially in manufacturing. His 18 essays deal with a number of countries and topics, but most are tied together by theme and thought.

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