Developing Countries in the International Economy: Selected by Sanjaya Lall

By Sanjaya Lall

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Dos Santos, T. (1970), 'The Structure of Dependence', Amer ican Economic Review, Papers & Proceedings, pp. 231-6. Emmanuel, A. (1972), Unequal Ex change (London: New Left Books, 1972). Foster-Carter, A. (1974), ' Nco-Marxist Approaches to Development and Underdevelopment', in E. de Kadt and G. Williams (eds), Sociology and Development (London: Tavistock Publications, 1974). Frank, A. G. (1967), Capitalism and Underdevelopment in Lat in America (New York : Monthly Review Press, 1967). Frank, A. G.

16. Laclau (1971). For a discussion, see Booth (1975). 17. See Emmanuel (1972) and Kay (1975). , a Sraffa-type) framework . 18. Sutcliffe (1972, p. 188). 19. Vernon (1975) criticises dependence theories on this ground. 20. Chenery et al. (1974). 21. Sunkel (1974, p. 2). Needless to say, this seems to be a modification of Sunkel's earlier analysis of dependence . 22. See Barrat Brown (1974) and Booth (1975). Szymanski (1974) provides a useful comparison and empirical testing Q,f the classical and modern theories, while Warren (1973) provides a stimulating antidote to the modern view.

Sutcliffe (eds), Studies in the Theory of Imperialism (London: Longman , 1972). Szymanski , A. (1974), 'Marxist Theory and International Capital Flows', Review of Radical Political Economics (Fall 1974) pp. 20-40. Vernon, R. (1975), ' Multinational Enterprises in Developing Countries: issues in dependency and interdependence', in D. E. Apter and L. Goodman (eds), The Multinational Corporation as an Instrument of Development-Political Considerations (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1975). Warren, B.

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