Drawing together recent changes in the debates with the history of the subject, The Process of Development Economics is a textbook with a story to tell. A discussion of recent events is integral to the book, with discussions ranging from
* the environment
* the debt crisis
* export led industrialization
* import substitution industrialization
* growth theory and technological capability.
The book has an accessible style and format. Plentiful diagrams, boxed summaries, and end of chapter questions help the reader to grasp many-faceted topics.
Coverage includes Latin America, Africa and Asia giving students a uniquely balanced world picture.
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James M. Cypher is Professor Economics at California State University, Fresno. James L. Dietz is Professor of Economics at California State University, Fullerton. Both have researched and published extensively in the field.Review:
"What an impressive book and tour de force! This is an unusual text in that it combines theory with practice. Usually books on development are either one or the other but rarely both as this is a difficult task to accomplish. But Cypher and Dietz have dared the impossible and succeeded against the odds. In short, this is an excellent introductory as well as comprehensive text." -- Cristobal Kay, Institute of Social Studies, The Hague
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