3 edition of Economics of dissent found in the catalog.
Economics of dissent
Ben B. Seligman
|Statement||[by] Ben B. Seligman. Foreword by Clarence E. Ayres.|
|LC Classifications||HC106.5 .S386|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 429 p.|
|Number of Pages||429|
|LC Control Number||68026448|
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Foremost among them was Peter Bauer, author of such classics as The Economics of Under‐ Developed Countries and Dissent on Development. This. It compiles 34 short chapters and dozens of sketches and photographs selected and edited by a team of eight scholar-activists, mostly from radical journals in New York such as n+1 and Dissent, led by Astra Taylor and Keith Gessen.
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Asia from The Economist. You've seen the news, now discover the story. The authors examined whether governors and presidents differed in their tendency to dissent in favor of “tighter” or “easier” policies. Including the 13 dissents before brings the total number of dissents to over the period The range of issues and countries covered is nothing short of extraordinary.' - Dissent 'This is an uncommonly fine collection of papers by prominent authors.
A valuable addition to upper-division undergraduate and graduate collections in development economics.' - C.L. Nelson, Davidson College, CHOICE, Dec. ★ A Financial Times Best Economics Book of the Year “An essential book for understanding how modern trade works via global supply chains.
An antidote to the protectionist nonsense being peddled by some politicians today.” —The Economist Belknap Press 2 photos, 70 illus., 9 tables pp. $ • £ paper Alan S. Blinder is the Gordon S. Rentschler Memorial Professor of Economics and Public Affairs at Princeton University, and a regular columnist for The Wall Street Journal.
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