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Author: J. Behrman,T.N. Srinivasan
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Handbook of Development Economics, Vol. 3A by J. Behrman,T.N. Srinivasan



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This third volume of the Handbook of Development Economics employs rigorous theoretical and empirical frameworks. Affiliations and Expertise. Yale University, New Haven, CT, USA.

While we follow Lewis in identifying the field of development with the problems and behavior of poor countries, we leave open the question of the extent to which this implies a need for a distinctive analytical framework.

Handbook of Development Economics, 3A. Book information. Author information and services. Srinivasan, Yale University, New Haven, CT, USA. Included in series Handbooks in Economics, Description For this Handbook authors known to have different views regarding the nature of development economics have been selected.

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Home . Details for: Handbook of development economics/. Normal view MARC view ISBD view. Material type: BookSeries: Handbooks in economics ; . ublisher: Amsterdam,The Netherlands Elsevier,n: 1. 25 c. SBN: 0444823018. Subject(s): Development economicsDDC classification: 33. Tags from this library: No tags from this library for this title.

Handbook of Development Economics, vols. 1, 2, and 3, Elsevier Publishers, 1988, 1989, and 1995. 4. World Bank, World Development Report, Oxford University Press, recent years (paperback). Srinivasan, "International Trade and Labor Standards from an Economic Perspective", in P. van Dijck and . aber (ed., Challenges to the New World Trade Organization, Kluwer, 1996. Brown, and R. M. Stern, "International Labor Standards and Trade: A Theoretical Analysis" in J. Bhagwati and R. E. Hudec (ed., Fair Trade and Harmonization, MIT Press, 1996

The handbook is divided into four sections which reflect these developments, of which the first deals with agricultural and rural development. Section two is concerned with developments in the theory and evidence regarding public goods and political economy. Hollis Burnley Chenery, T. Paul Schultz, T. N. Srinivasan, John Strauss, Jere R. Behrman, Dani Rodrik, Mark R. Rosenzweig.

For this Handbook authors known to have different views regarding the nature of development economics have been selected. The Handbook is organised around the implications of different sets of assumptions and their associated research programs. It is divided into three volumes, each with three parts which focus on the broad processes of development. This third volume of the Handbook of Development Economics employs rigorous theoretical and empirical frameworks. It focuses on policy and includes material from unpublished and not generally available sources. In particular, it covers analytical and policy issues arising from the collapse of the paradigm of development based on import-substituting-industrialization in most developing countries; and the demise of centrally planned economies of Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union. The volume also deals with the increasing recognition of the importance of micro behavioral responses to a range of incentives and unobserved factors both for analysis and for policy formulation. It discusses the ongoing process of economic reforms in developing countries by reducing state involvement in the economy through privatization, opening up the economy much more to foreign trade and investment and allowing market forces and the private sector to guide resource allocation to a much greater extent. As well as updating developments on topics which were included in the earlier volumes, this Handbook also includes different topics, such as econometric and other empirical modeling tools for development analysis and the role of technology in the development process. As in the previous volumes of the series, the chapters in this Handbook provide self-contained surveys summarizing not only received knowledge but also recent developments. Each chapter is also a definitive source, reference and teaching supplement for use by researchers and advanced graduate students.

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