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Development Theory and the Three Worlds Towards an International Political Economy of Development

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By: B Hettne
336 pages, Illus
Development Theory and the Three Worlds
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  • Development Theory and the Three Worlds ISBN: 9780582237384 Edition: 2 Paperback Dec 1995 Out of Print #40805
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This fully revised and updated second edition takes into account the rapid changes in development since the first edition was published in 1990. These include linkage between development theory and international political economy, changes in Eastern Europe, and ecological issues in the aftermath of the Rio conference in 1992.

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Textbook Out of Print
By: B Hettne
336 pages, Illus
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