A Socio-Liberal Alternative?
As I have said, a large part of (i.e. ‘enclave’) production, and sometimes the entire output, was (and remains) in the hands of the local population. The same applies to the associated activities of trade and transport. Had this been otherwise, the development of export crops could not have transformed the lives of the local people as it has done. In these regions, as in many others, the pervasive economic advance has made it possible for much larger populations to live longer and at much higher standards. (Lord P. T. Bauer, 1984: 30)
KeywordsComparative International Development Socialist System Traditional Socialism Public Distribution System Neoclassical Economic Theory
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