The assignment given Professor Myint was limited to endogenous institutional variables. He has dutifully therefore eliminated from consideration exogenous institutional variables such as the multinational corporation, and endogenous non-institutional variables such as Nurkse’s demonstration effect, (1953, pp. 63–67) although new wants are mentioned on p. 385.


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