Teaching economics in developing and other countries

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Published by United Nations, Dept. for Economic and Social Information and Policy Analysis in New York .

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  • Economics -- Study and teaching.

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Statementguest editor, Amiya Kumar Bagchi.
SeriesJournal of development planning -- no. 24
ContributionsBagchi, Amiya Kumar., United Nations. Dept. for Economic and Social Information and Policy Analysis
The Physical Object
Paginationiv, 206 p. :
Number of Pages206
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Open LibraryOL22192750M
ISBN 109211044243

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At the United Nations in September,countries agreed to eight Millennium Development Goals for developing countries, with a target year of for achieving all eight goals (United Nations, ). The research project proposed here is directly relevant to the first three of these eight goals.

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