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The Duration of Development

Jan Tinbergen

Journal of Evolutionary Economics, 1995, vol. 5, issue 3, 333-39

Abstract: The author considers the problem of the duration of development and its consequences for development assistance in the developing as well as developed countries. Emphasis is given to the influence of development aid, and it is argued that the time dimension has important policy implications and requires further thoroughgoing theoretical analysis.

Date: 1995
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