2 edition of Essays on the economic development of Africa. found in the catalog.
Essays on the economic development of Africa.
Egbert de Vries
Bibliography: p. 64-65
|Series||Publications of the Institute of Social Studies. Series minor, v. 16|
|LC Classifications||HC502 .V75|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||68|
|LC Control Number||69-13303|
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Get this from a library. Essays on the economic development of Africa. First series of annual lectures on development organized by the Bank of Sudan, Khartoum. [Egbert de Vries].
From that brief page contribution to a conference held at Chicago, and later published in Economic Development and Cultural Change, were to emerge the central ideas that characterized his subsequent academic career.
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This is the cause of current African underdevelopment, and the true path to the development is for Africa to completely sever her ties with the international capitalist economy.
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