The Poverty of Development Economics

By Fekadu Bekele, PdD — They should be aware of the fact that very much of these theories are partly rationalisations of the dominant interests in the advanced and rapidly progressing industrial countries….it would be pathetic if the young social scientists in the under-developed countries got caught in the predilections of the thinking in the advanced countries, which are hampering the scholars there in their efforts to be rational but would be almost deadening to the intellectual strivings of those in the under-developed countries. [Read full in PDF

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