Incentives For Development: The Key To Equity

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Incentives For Development: The Key To Equity

By Denis Goulet
New Horizons Press, 1989
208 pp. $28.50

To achieve true development a country must provide its people with a combination of material rewards and moral (or psychological) incentives, according to Dr. Goulet, Professor of Education for Justice at Notre Dame. An examination of several aspects of Brazilian experience and briefer comparisons of a number of countries-capitalist and socialist, developed and less so-support the general arguments and add interest to the book.

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