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Theories of employment and developing economies
"Theories of employment and developing economies" is an attempt to prove that the existing employment theories are not applicable to developing countries, and to propound a wage-goods gap theory as a suitable alternative ...
Primary industries and Canadian economic development
The significance of primary industries in Canadian economic development is examined and the relevance of the staple theory of development to Canadian experience in the years 1840 to 1970 is considered. The evolution of the ...
The interface between the multinational corporation and the state with special reference to developing countries
This study considers the role of multinational corporations and their impact on the development process of the developing countries, and consequently their implications for international relations. The purpose is to formulate ...
An analysis of inter-industry earnings differentials in Canada, 1957, 1962 and 1969
Given that considerable inter-firm and inter-industry wage differentials in fact exist, much empirical work has been undertaken to discover the factors influencing earnings differentials. A majority of these studies have ...
A critical assessment of economic reforms in the COMECON Eastern Europe and its lessons for India
The general theme of the work is to review the recent economic reforms in the COMECON Eastern Europe. Besides discussing the nature and inevitability of economic reforms in these countries, it attempts to show that contrary ...