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Bardhan, Pranab, 1988. "Alternative approaches to development economics," Handbook of Development Economics, in: Hollis Chenery & T.N. Srinivasan (ed.) ... This alternative approach involves the institution of a careful BALANCE between our present objective, quantitative approach to development, and a human, ...
Alternative Approaches to the Political Business Cycle alternative approach emphasizes shocks from external events, such as from war or revolution. For concreteness, Out of Scandinavia: Alternative Approaches to Software Design and System Development Christiane Floyd, Wolf-Michael Mehl, Fanny-Michaela Reisin, Gerhard Schmidt, and Gregor Wolf Technical University of Berlin ABSTRACT This study set out to delineate the Scandinavian Approach to the development of computer-based systems.
Dec 5, 2011 ... Alternative Approaches to Development Policy. Intersections and Divergences. This chapter concludes the OECD Regional Outlook Policy ...
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Chapter 3 ALTERNATIVE APPROACHES TO DEVELOPMENT ECONOMICS PRANAB BARDHAN* University of California at Berkeley Contents 1. Introduction 40 Main Approaches in Development The conversation about development in the first years emerged from a consideration of the welfare approach, which related to development as a “public product” along the lines of education or health, services that must be supplied to all those being served by the State or any other entity (such as nonprofit organizations).