By: Thomas P Tomich, Peter Kilby and Bruce F Johnston
The world's poorest 58 countries are diverse in many respects, but they share the characteristic of a labour force overwhelmingly dependent on agriculture. Challenging the assumption that mass poverty and chronic hunger are unsolvable problems, this book explores the multiple aspects of economic development in these countries, which are home to sixty percent of the world's population. [Paperback original].
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