Collection and Recollections: Economic Papers and their Provenance

Hardcover | January 1, 1999

byI. M. D. Little

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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.

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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...

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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Format:HardcoverDimensions:390 pages, 9.21 × 6.14 × 1.02 inPublished:January 1, 1999Language:English

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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