The Development of Tropical Lands: Policy Issues in Latin America was originally published in 1973.
"Excellent [...] should be compulsory reading for all those concerned with development economics, including the policy makers and the planners [...] Careful and detailed analysis of many insuperable problems that have arisen out of past attempts at sporadic settlement and exploitation."
- Journal of Agricultural Economics
"This book is a virtual treasure trove of nearly inaccessible economic data on colonization projects in Latin America."
- The Geographical Review
" A must for all those interested in the many aspects of development in the tropical world."
- Journal of Developing Areas
"Everyone interested in development should read this book [...] a well-written, literature work, well grounded in its economics [...] "
- Journal of Economic Issues
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