Trade, Development and Foreign Debt

A History of Theories of Polarisation and Convergence in the International Economy

Pluto Press, 1993


International Trade 1

Pages: xiv, 119 p.
ISBN: 0-7453-0489-3, 0-7453-0484-2

International Finance 2

Pages: pp. 287-481, 19 p.
ISBN: 0-7453-0666-7, 0-7453-0577-6

A textbook on the historical development of international trade and investment theory, based on the courses taught by Michael Hudson at the Graduate Faculty of the New School in New York in 1969-72.

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