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The Wealth and Poverty of Nations: Why Some Are So Rich and Some So Poor
New York: W. W. Norton & Company, 1999. Paperback. Like New No Jacket. W.W. Norton and Company, New York and London, Trade Paperback in Fine Condition. Solid, unmarked, unread, sharp corners. Landes' exploration of one of the most contentious questions of our time: Why do some nations achieve economic success while others remain mired in poverty? Anecdotal evidence and analysis of a very tough question. New York: W.W. Norton and Company, 1999.6" x 9.25" x 1.25" deep; 658pp. with 1999 Epilogue, Notes, Bibliography, and Index.

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New Delhi, India: Munshiram Manoharlal Publishers Pvt. Ltd., 2000 The work provides a readable analysis of the economy of British Orissa. Princely Orissa and hill-tribes of Orissa. The impact of colonial economy combined with the consequences of fragmentation of Oriya-speaking areas brought about colossal change in the material condition of the people of Orissa. The poverty and starvation had taken root among the common mass of Orissa while a select class lived a parasitic life in abundance of wealth, thriving easy on the cheaply available labour and the back-breaking toil of the farmers and artisans. The crux of the problem was that indigenous economic system remained nearly intact, though stagnant and ossified, scarcely able to release more wealth to meet the growing demands. Even today any excursion to an Orissan village, unless modernised under the Five Year Plans, reveal to an observer that traditional economy in its structure in the system that supports the land-based people, however inadequately. This ... Read more

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Global Markets and Financial Crises in Asia : Towards a Theory for the 21st Century
Palgrave Macmillan, UK, 2004. First Edition. Hardcover. New. 272 Pages. NEW. Why did the financial crises break out in Asia? Why did they Spread? Why did Argentina unravel? How can we prevent or manage these new types of financial crises? What new domestic, regional and global institutions do we need to build so that a global financial crisis and depression can be avoided? Haider A. Khan presents a new theory of financial crises in the age of globalization from an evolutionary perspective and suggests policies that may be necessary for averting or managing new financial crises. Starting with the Asian financial crises, he identifies new types of financial crises that result from a combination of liberalization, weak domestic institutions for economic governance and a chaotic global market system without global governance institutions. Suggested solutions involve building new institutions or global and domestic governance and domestic and international policy reforms. Book Description: Why did the financ... Read more

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Journal of Appalachian Studies, Volume 1, Number 1 (Fall 1995)

Journal of Appalachian Studies, Volume 1, Number 1 (Fall 1995)

Lewis, Ronald L. (ed.); Wilson, Darlene; Kimbrough, David L.; Hood, Ralph W. Jr.; Fones-Wolf, Ken; Olson, Ted; Couto, Richard A.; Brown, Jo. B.

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Morgantown, W. Va.: Regional Research Institute, West Virginia Institute. Very Good with no dust jacket. 1995. Softcover. Sound binding. Small amount of writing on table of contents page. Text pages clean and bright. Wraps have light handling wear.; Contents: Lewis, Letter from the Editor. Wilson, The Felicitous Convergence of Mythmaking and Capital Accumulation: John Fox Jr. and the Formation of An(Other) Almost-White American Underclass. Kimbrough and Hood, Carson Springs and the Persistence of Serpent Handling Despite the Law. Fones-Wolf, A Cratsman's Paradise in Appalachia: Glassworkers and the Transformation of Clarksburg, 1900-1933. Olson, This Mighty River of Earth: Reclaiming James Still's Appalachian Masterpiece. Couto, Spatial Distribution of Wealth and Poverty in Appalachia. Brown, 1994 Appalachian Studies bibliography. ; 9.0" tall; 134 pages .

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New Delhi, India: KW Publishers, 2011 Traditional conception of security emphasises territorial integrity and national sovereignty as primary values to be protected. In this notion, traditional threats are essentially related to external military threats that seek to undermine the security of the sovereign state and its territorial integrity. As the present book shows, the threats to Central Asian security are both external and internal. Today challenges from non-traditional threats are greater than traditional ones. Ethnic, religious and linguistic issues can create instability. Similarly, poverty, hunger, unemployment and unequal distribution of wealth as well as environmental issues are going to pose the biggest challenge to the regional states in the near future. The drying up of the Aral Sea is affecting the health and lives of hundreds of thousands of people cutting across republics. Water-related confrontations are not unlikely given the problems related to water-sharing in the region. This book focuse... Read more

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New Delhi, India: Munshiram Manoharlal Publishers Pvt. Ltd., 2000. The work provides a readable analysis of the economy of British Orissa. Princely Orissa and hill-tribes of Orissa. The impact of colonial economy combined with the consequences of fragmentation of Oriya-speaking areas brought about colossal change in the material condition of the people of Orissa. The poverty and starvation had taken root among the common mass of Orissa while a select class lived a parasitic life in abundance of wealth, thriving easy on the cheaply available labour and the back-breaking toil of the farmers and artisans. The crux of the problem was that indigenous economic system remained nearly intact, though stagnant and ossified, scarcely able to release more wealth to meet the growing demands. Even today any excursion to an Orissan village, unless modernised under the Five Year Plans, reveal to an observer that traditional economy in its structure in the system that supports the land-based people, however inadequately. This... Read more

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The Creative Age. Paperback. New. Paperback. 370 pages. Dimensions: 8.9in. x 6.0in. x 0.9in.Keywords: new economics, Occupy Wall Street, publicbanking, bioregional currencies, public assets, social spending, worker-ownership, democratization of wealth, capitalism, neoliberal economics, debt, recessions, tax-payer bailouts, private banks, predatory loans, FederalReserve, world financial crisis, austerity measures, privatization of wealth, income inequality, international trade currency, green economy, Lincolngreenbacks. The public does not realize that virtually allmoney in circulation, except coins, is created by private banks out of thin airas debt-money on which we must pay interest and penalties, or that bankerscontrol the money supply and create periods of prosperity, only to follow them withrecessions or depressions which allows them to confiscate the real wealth ofproductive, working people through foreclosures. This system is not incompliance with the US Constitution which, if followed, could have g... Read more

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University Of Chicago Press. Hardcover. 0226673154 New Condition. Ships immediately. . New. 2010-02-01.

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Gyan Books Pvt. Ltd, 1987. Hardcover. New. Poverty and underdevelopment is of utmost Importance as far the subject is concerned. In the past few years, there have been tremendous discussions on the mass poverty and underdevelopment problems and what should be done about them. Poverty and underdevelopment have most crucial problems, not only for some but for all nations. We in India believe that our poverty, the abysmal poverty of Asia, is a Product of the 19th century colonialization. A huge amount of resources went out of this part of Asia in the last century and helped to Finance the Industrial Revolution in the North World. Asia thus exported Wealth to West European Nations in the last century, and imported poverty in turn. Poverty is not only always with us but everywhere with us. It is an inter-related condition of deprivation. Eradication of poverty can ultimately be achieved by economic development and more equal distribution of income. However, there is no other method of relieving poverty immediate... Read more

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Munshiram Manoharlal Publishers Pvt. Ltd., 2000. First edition. Hardcover. New. 15 x 23 cm. The work provides a readable analysis of the economy of British Orissa, Princely Orissa and hill tribes of Orissa. The impact of colonial economy combined with the consequences of fragmentation of Oriya-speaking areas brought about colossal change in the material condition of the people of Orissa. The poverty and starvation had taken root among the common mass of Orissa while a select class lived a parasitic life in abundance of wealth, thriving easy on the cheaply available labour and the back-breaking toil of the farmers and artisans. The crux of the problem was that indigenous economic system remained nearly intact, though stagnant and ossified, scarcely able to release more wealth to meet the growing demands. Even today any excursion to an Orissan village, unless modernised under the Five Year Plans, reveal to an observer that traditional economy in its structure in the system that supports the land-based peop... Read more

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Writing the History of the Global
Paperback. New. The early part of the twenty-first century has witnessed a profound turn in history writing and museum culture towards global and world history. Historians and curators are rapidly changing what they do: no longer satisfied with traditional national histories and area studies, they are pursuing histories of subjects affected by environmental change, migration, slavery, trade and travel. They face challenges of writing about individuals and families in the world, and of political cultures and ideas that have transformed as they have moved between different regions of the world. They are 'going beyond borders' and pursuing wider concepts of connectedness and of cosmopolitanism as these have developed in social theory. Where has all this come from, and where is it taking us as historians? Writing The History of the Global brings together a number of the major historians now entering the field and re-thinking the way they write their histories. We read the reflections of China experts, h... Read more

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Munshiram Manoharlal Publishers Pvt. Ltd. , 2000. First. HB. New. 15 X 23. The work provides a readable analysis of the economy of British Orissa, Princely Orissa and hill tribes of Orissa. The impact of colonial economy combined with the consequences of fragmentation of Oriya-speaking areas brought about colossal change in the material condition of the people of Orissa. The poverty and starvation had taken root among the common mass of Orissa while a select class lived a parasitic life in abundance of wealth, thriving easy on the cheaply available labour and the back-breaking toil of the farmers and artisans. The crux of the problem was that indigenous economic system remained nearly intact, though stagnant and ossified, scarcely able to release more wealth to meet the growing demands. Even today any excursion to an Orissan village, unless modernised under the Five Year Plans, reveal to an observer that traditional economy in its structure in the system that supports the land-based people, however ina... Read more

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Discovery Publishing House Pvt. Ltd., 2011. Hardcover. New. Maintaining a diversity of Crops and varieties is a key to Survival for millions of farmers living on impoverished land. For thousands of years, farmers have used to genetic variation in wild and cultivated Plants to develop their crops and raise new breeds of live stock. Genetic diversity gives Species the ability to adapt to changing environments, including new pests and Diseases and new Climatic conditions. Plant genetic resources-that component of genetic diversity of actual or potential use to humanity-provide the raw Material for Breeding new varieties of crops. These, in turn, provide a basis for more productive and resilient production systems that are better able to cope with such stresses as drought or` overgrazing and can reduce the potential for Soil erosion. The use of genetic diversity-on-farm, through field experimental or in sophisticated gene transfer procedures-remains arguably the best route so securing our food and that of our c... Read more

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Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd, 2007. Hardcover. New. India’s economy, which for decades was stuck with the so-called Hindu rate of growth around 3 per cent, has hit the 9 per cent mark for the last two consecutive years. Leading economists hold that the growth can be sustained in the coming years if the government can put in place more reforms and implement them. There is no denying the fact that the initiatives taken in the early 199s continue to bring rich rewards and have enabled India to have the fourth largest GDP in the world in terms of purchasing power. The policy-driven reforms have taken our country from the Third World status to one that plays an important role in defining the fate of the global economy. The country is in the midst of a great transformation, almost epochal in scope. Everything is positive in the economy today—manufacturing is resurgent, services going strong, revenue collection buoyant, export jumping 22.9 per cent, foreign inv... Read more

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Motilal Banarsidass Publishers Pvt Ltd, 2013. 5th or later edition. Hardcover. New. 15 x 23 cm. Contents INTRODUCTION : 1. The Dina-i Mainog-i-Khirad 2. The Sikand-gumanik Vigar 3. The Sad Dar II. TRANSLATIONS : A. DINA-I MAINOG-I KHIRAD : 1. Introducing the sage and the spirit of wisdom 2. How to preserve both body and soul, including the fate of the Soul after death, whether righteous or wicked 3. What liberality and truth, gratitude and wisdom, mindfulness and contentment are good for 4. The nine chief good works, divided into seven classes 5. The ten happiest lands 6. The ten unhappiest lands 7. The four grades of heaven and hell, with the neutral region between them, and the fate of the souls in each 8. How Auharmazd created the universe, and Aharman corrupted it for 9000 years. The evil influence of the seven planets, the good influence of the twelve signs of the zodiac, and how far the good and evil can counteract each other 9. The impossibility of going from region to region, the substance of the ... Read more

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Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd., 2011. Softcover. New. Development economics is a branch of economics which deals with economic aspects of the development process in low-income countries. Its focus is not only on methods of promoting economic growth and structural change, but also on improving the potential for the population. The major indicators of development include equality of opportunity, rising income and living standard of people, equity in the distribution of income and wealth, increased opportunities for education and self-improvement, an efficient, competent, transparent and fairly administered public sector and a reasonable degree of competition in the private sector. Advanced Economics of Development in 2 volumes is a standard textbook on the subject. Volume 1 comprises chapters 1 to 11 covering topics like Measuring Development; Factors in Economic Development; Theories of Underdevelopment; Social Capital; Poverty; Resource Allocation and Economic Development; Occupation Struct... Read more

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Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd., 2011. Softcover. New. Development economics is a branch of economics which deals with economic aspects of the development process in low-income countries. Its focus is not only on methods of promoting economic growth and structural change, but also on improving the potential for the population. The major indicators of development include equality of opportunity, rising income and living standard of people, equity in the distribution of income and wealth, increased opportunities for education and self-improvement, an efficient, competent, transparent and fairly administered public sector and a reasonable degree of competition in the private sector. Advanced Economics of Development in 2 volumes is a standard textbook on the subject. Volume 1 comprises chapters 1 to 11 covering topics like Measuring Development; Factors in Economic Development; Theories of Underdevelopment; Social Capital; Poverty; Resource Allocation and Economic Development; Occupation Struct... Read more

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Rawat Publications, 2001. Hardcover. New. The Independent India of 1947 was steeped in poverty, ignorance and squalor. An overwhelming proportion of the population was in semi-starving condition, and literacy reached to less than a fifth of the population. The task before the government was gigantic. People`s expectations were also high. The Constitution of India has promised almost everything cherishable in this world. But, what happened to the laudable objectives ultimately? How much could be achieved in the last half-a-century`s development efforts? Did the masses benefit adequately from it? Was there an all-out effort at resource mobilisation and its proper deployment? Did the backward regions and weaker sections get their due share of attention? These are some of the questions to which this study addresses itself. Concentrating on the Southern Region of India, which is relatively the largest developed region, this comprehensive study focuses primarily on the disparities in developmentâ€... Read more

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New Delhi, India: Munshiram Manoharlal Publishers Pvt. Ltd., 2000. First Edition. Cloth. New/New. 14 Cms x 22 Cms. The work provides a readable analysis of the economy of British Orissa. Princely Orissa and hill-tribes of Orissa. The impact of colonial economy combined with the consequences of fragmentation of Oriya-speaking areas brought about colossal change in the material condition of the people of Orissa. The poverty and starvation had taken root among the common mass of Orissa while a select class lived a parasitic life in abundance of wealth, thriving easy on the cheaply available labour and the back-breaking toil of the farmers and artisans. The crux of the problem was that indigenous economic system remained nearly intact, though stagnant and ossified, scarcely able to release more wealth to meet the growing demands. Even today any excursion to an Orissan village, unless modernised under the Five Year Plans, reveal to an observer that traditional economy in its structure in the system that supports... Read more

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The Wealth and Poverty of Regions - Why Cities Matter
University of Chicago Press, 2011. Paperback. New. SKU: MM-60052959; EAN: 9780226673165

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