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Walt W. Rostow • 51 Items / 25 Books, 14 Articles, 12 Reviews
Why the Poor Get Richer and the Rich Slow Down (1980)
Essays in the Marshallian Long Period
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    Book Reviews (Review)
    Why the Poor Get Richer and the Rich Slow Down, by Walt W. Rostow
    1. Why the Poor Get Richer and the Rich Slow Down by Walt W. Rostow
    Political Science Quarterly, Spring 1981, p. 141
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    Recent Books on International Relations (19 Reviews)
    General: Economic and Social
    1. Foreign Enterprise in Developing Countries by Isaiah Frank
    2. The Lending Policy of the World Bank in the 1970s by Bettina S. Hurni
    3. The World Bank and the Poor by Aart van de Laar
    4. An International Redistribution of Wealth and Power by Robert F. Meagher
    5. OPEC Oil by Loring Allen
    6. Why the Poor Get Richer and the Rich Slow Down by Walt W. Rostow
    7. United States Taxation and Developing Countries by Robert Hellawell
    8. Global Food Interdependence by Raymond F. Hopkins and Donald J. Puchala
    9. Presidential Decision Making by Roger B. Porter
    10. The International Economic Policy of the United States by C. Fred Bergsten
    11. Trade Problems Between Japan and Western Europe by Masamichi Hanabusa
    12. U.S.-Japanese Economic Relations by Diana Tasca
    13. The Uncommon Market by Stuart Holland
    14. Labor Relations in Advanced Industrial Societies by Benjamin Martin and Everett M. Kassalow
    15. Deepsea Mining by Judith T. Kildow
    16. International Energy Policy by Robert M. Lawrence and Martin O. Heisler
    17. The Governance of Energy by Dudley J. Burton
    18. Britain's Oil by Guy Arnold
    19. Directions in Energy Policy by Behram Kursunoglu and Arnold Perlmutter
    Foreign Affairs, Fall 1980, pp. 215-217