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The Dialectic of Economic Development: How the Logic of Self-Interest Impedes Progress

John Tataw Manga

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ISBN 10: 1493106686 / ISBN 13: 9781493106684
Published by XLIBRIS, 2013
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Title: The Dialectic of Economic Development: How ...

Publisher: XLIBRIS

Publication Date: 2013

Binding: Paperback

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This book introduces a refreshing perspective to the discussion on the barriers to economic development in third world countries. It is one of the rare moments when the pursuit of self- interest by developed nations is held accountable for slow development in third world countries. David Tataw, PhD, MMIS, MPA, FACHE

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This study contributes to deeper understanding of how self-interest creates economic inefficiency and is bad for economic development. The author, writing in clear, compelling language, comprehensively analyzes environments in developing countries where the greater part of the population is poor and miserable. Thus, this book is a must-read for every scholar interested in the socio-economic development of developing economies. Ellis B. Beteck, Ph.D. International Affairs and Development

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