Heinemann, 2001 - 124 pages
Part of a series which aims to reflect the changing face of the economic climate and business world. The books contain the latest information and thinking in their areas. Including economics and business, the books in this series give coverage on individual topics for today's student. The texts are specifically focused to the needs of AS, A level and first year undergraduate students looking for information on particular areas. Studies in Economics and Business builds on the success of the established economics series, Studies in the UK Economy. The books follow the same popular structure and layout of the SUKE series.
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Chapter Two The meaning and measurement
Chapter Three Development theory
Chapter Four The global economy and the Third World
Chapter Five Income distribution and development
Chapter Six Population and environment
Chapter Seven Agricultural and industrial development
Chapter Eight International trade and economic development
Chapter Nine Transnational corporations
Chapter Ten Aid and debt
activities Africa agricultural America argued Asia Asian average Bangladesh billion Brazil capita income capital cent Chapter China commodity compared crisis debt demand dependent developing countries Discuss distribution domestic East economic development economic growth economists effect environment environmental especially Europe example exchange expectancy Explain exports external fall Figure flows foreign given gives global growing higher human important income increase indicators Indonesia industrial inequality institutions investment issues Korea labour Latin LDCs lead less living major manufactured marks measured Note output period policies political poor countries population poverty primary problems production programme question rankings rates reduce relative Report result rise savings sector share Singapore Source South South Korea standard structural sub-Saharan supply Table theory Third TNCs trade United World Bank