This book provides a critical assessment of the relationship between development philosophy and the activities of various economic assistance programs during recent decades. The authors begin by describing the evolution of development thinking from the Marshall Plan era to the present, emphasizing the changing magnitude, focus, and objectives of su
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Westview Replica Editions -- Preface -- Magnitudes and Forms of Development Activities in Third World Countries -- The Evolution of Development Ideas and Institutions -- An Appraisal of Traditional Development Strategies -- Differing Agendas -- The Determination of U.S. Foreign Aid Policies -- Foreign Assistance: Looking into the Future -- Introduction to Workshops on the Assessment of Alternative Development Approaches
"Elliott R. Morss is director of research for Development Alternatives, Inc. He has conducted research and written on a wide range of development subjects, including macroeconomic analysis, population analysis, social and economic indicators, and urban, rural, and regional studies. Victoria A. Morss is owner of Focus International Inc., a private consulting firm concerned with domestic and international problems of economic development. "