Dimensions of Development: An Iconoclastic View of the Economic Factors

  • Arthur Kemp


During the quarter-century since the end of the Second World War, the quantity of writing on the subject of economic development almost defies measurement. The sheer mass of literature is enormous. The general topic, of course, is not new; the classical economists — Smith, Ricardo, Senior, Mill, Marshall — were quite aware of, and concerned about, problems of economic growth and development: the wealth of nations. It is the difference in quantity, if not in quality, that makes our times unique.


Economic Development Capital Formation Economic Affair Accelerate Development Real Capital 
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