Collection and Recollections: Economic Papers and their Provenance by I. M. D. LittleCollection and Recollections: Economic Papers and their Provenance by I. M. D. Little

Collection and Recollections: Economic Papers and their Provenance

byI. M. D. Little

Hardcover | January 1, 1999

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Ian Little has been one of the most significant British contributors to economics in the post-war era. His contributions to Welfare Economics and Development Economics have been highly influential and well-regarded throughout the world. This book is a fascinating insight into the personal andintellectual development of Professor Little, containing both the most important articles of his working life and autobiographical chapters.
I. M. D. Little is an Emeritus Fellow of Nuffield College, Oxford, where he was an Official Fellow from 1952-1971, serving as Professor of the Economics of Underdeveloped Countries from 1971-1975.
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Title:Collection and Recollections: Economic Papers and their ProvenanceFormat:HardcoverDimensions:390 pages, 9.21 × 6.14 × 1.02 inPublished:January 1, 1999Language:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0198295243

ISBN - 13:9780198295242

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Table of Contents

Part I. How I Became an EconomistAncestry and Education, 19181948Part II. Mostly Welfare EconomicsWelfare TheoryThe Treasury (1953-1955), and the Years 1955-1958PapersThe Foundations of Welfare Economics (1949)Conclusions [from A Critique of Welfare Economics, 2nd edn. (1957)]Direct versus Indirect Taxes (1951)Welfare Criteria, Distribution, and CostBenefit Analysis (1979)Social Choice and Individual Values (1952)Part III. Development EconomicsMainly India and AidThe OECD: Trade, Industrialization, and Social Cost-Benefit Analysis (1965-1975)Korea, Taiwan, and the World Bank (1975-1978)Mainly Self-Employment or Semi-Retirement (1978-1997)PapersThe Strategy of Indian Development (1960)Public Sector Project Selection in Relation to Indian Development (1969)Protection and the Industrialization of Developing Countries (1968)The Transnational Corporations: The Economics of International Direct Investment [from Economic Deelopment (1982)]Project Appraisal and Planning Twenty Years On (with J. A. Mirrlees) (1991)Trade and Industrilization Revisited (1994)The Experience and Causes of Rapid Labour-Intensive Development in Korea, Taiwan Province, Hong Kong, and Singapore, and the Possibilities of Emulation (1981)Small Manufacturing Enterprises and Employment in Developing Countries (1988)Macroeconomic Analysis and the Developing Countries, 1970-1990 (1993)India's Economic Reforms, 1991-1996 (1996)Part IV. Loose EndsMiscellaneous ActivitiesReflectionsPapersFiscal Policy (1952)Higgledy Piggledy Growth (1962)Distributive Justice and the New International Order (1980)Ethics and International Economic Relations (1992)ReferencesCollected Works of I. M. D. Little