A basic development model revisited

Wadsted, Otto G.
October 1993
Journal of Developing Areas;Oct93, Vol. 28 Issue 1, p49
Academic Journal
Scrutinizes the economic development model by Hans Singer and extends it to provide a realistic and operational growth model of a developing economy. Specialization of development economics; Aspects of economic growth; Development plan; Foreign debt; Tradeoffs in the growth process.


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