Growth and Development From an Evolutionary Perspective
November 1999, Wiley-Blackwell
List of Tables.
Part I: Introduction:.
1. Growth and Development: An Overview.
Part II: Agrarianism and Dualism:.
2. From Closed and Open Agrarianism to Modern Dualism.
3. Development of the Closed Dualistic Economy: A Bird's Eye View.
Part III: The Analytics of Growth and Development:.
4. The Neoclassical Production Function, Growth and Development.
5. A General Analysis of Growth Systems.
6. Applications to Modern Economic Growth.
Part IV: Applications to Growth and Development under Dualism:.
7. Transition Growth in the Closed Dualistic Economy.
8. Transition Growth under Open Dualism.
9. Growth, Equity, and Human Development.
Part V: Conclusions for Policy:.
10. Policy and Political Economy in the Transition to Modern Economic Growth.
Gustav Ranis is the Director of The Yale Center for International and Area Studies and Professor of International Economics at Yale University. Having served as consultant to such entities as The World Bank, ADB, AID, OECD, UNIDO, FAO, UNDP, and the Ford and Rockefeller Foundations, Ranis is on the advisory boards, of several third-world research institutions. He has written extensively on theoretical and policy-related issues of development.
* Explains why, not how, East Asian and Latin American development experience has differed so markedly in the postwar era.