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Dynamics of Uneven Development
An Analysis of the Global Accumulation of Capital
This important new book critically examines the argument that structural asymmetries between the rich, industrialised countries of the global 'north' or 'centre' and the poor, largely primary-producing countries of the 'south' or 'periphery' could be responsible for an unequal division of the gains from international trade and investment. It explores this view by developing a model of Centre-Periphery relations using building blocks provided by Sraffa, Leontief, Pasinetti, Goodwin and others.
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'All in all, this is an excellent work on trade, growth and especially international investment with a unified theme.' -- S.M. Murshed, The Economic Journal 'This book is an impressive contribution to the literature on North-South models of international economic relations, and their implications for development.' -- Scott MacDonald, The World Economy 'The challenge of providing a simple yet illuminating and integrated analysis of trade, development and international capital flows is, clearly, a daunting one. Lynn Mainwaring has nevertheless met that challenge well in this impressive book.' -- Ian Steedman, University of Manchester, UK