This volume contains 21 selected essays by Professor Sir Hans Singer written over the last two decades.
The volume addresses:-
* development economics in historical perspective and considers where it stands today
* the early pioneers of `development' thinking including Smith and Keynes
* growth, industrialization and trade
* current questions of the terms of trade debate and import substitution
* North-South and South-South linkages
* foreign aid
The author gives grateful thanks to Matthew Morris and Hans Ulrich Esslinger for their contributions to this book.