Global Transition A General Theory of Economic Development by Graeme Snooks
  

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Global Transition A General Theory of Economic Development by Graeme Snooks

Global Transition is an innovative study that analyzes the problems and prospects of the Third World by building on the theoretical contribution - the dynamic-strategy model - made in the author's acclaimed Longrun Dynamics (1998). It formulates a general economic and political theory he calls the Global Strategic Transition (GST) model. The central feature of this model is the global strategic demand-response mechanism involving an interaction between the world's expanding strategic core and its fringe, which is facilitated through strategic inflation. This model also provides the basis for a new policy approach to economic development.

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Snooks offers an original analysis of the economic development process and policies to achieve development. Choice

About the Author

Graeme Donald Snooks is Coghlan Professor in Economics at the Institute of Advanced Studies, Australian National University.

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Format

Hardback
411 pages

Author

Graeme Snooks
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Publisher

Palgrave Macmillan an imprint of Palgrave USA
www.springer.com/

Publication date

18th December 1999

ISBN

9780312223700


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