State and Development in South and North: Some Lessons from Development Studies

De Kadt, Emanuel
December 1990
European Journal of Development Research;Dec90, Vol. 2 Issue 2, p123
Academic Journal
Focuses on the role of the state in the relations between the developed countries and the developing ones and in development in general. Indivisibility of the concept of development; Historical analysis of Latin America's economic and socio-political development since the early 1960s; Relevance of the experience of the developing countries.


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