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Kenneth W. Dam • 5 Books
Oil Resources: Who Gets What How? (1976)
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    International Economics and Technology (7 Reviews)
    Coping With the Oil Crisis, by Horst Mendershausen
    1. Coping With the Oil Crisis by Horst Mendershausen
    2. Fear in the Countryside by E.G. Vallianatos
    3. Middle East Oil Money and its Future Expenditure by Nicholas Fallon
    4. Monetary Interdependence and International Monetary Reform by Paul De Grauwe
    5. Oil Money and the World Economy by Yoon S. Park
    6. Oil Resources: Who Gets What How? by Kenneth W. Dam
    7. Rio Report by Jan Tinbergen
    Orbis, Winter 1977, p. 1103
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    Recent Books on International Relations (15 Reviews)
    General: Economic and Social
    1. The Arena of International Finance by Charles A. Coombs
    2. The Poverty Curtain by Mahbub ul Haq
    3. The Twilight of Capitalism by Michael Harrington
    4. Technology Transfer and U.S. Foreign Policy by Henry R. Nau
    5. Transfers of Manufacturing Technology Within Multinational Enterprises by Jack N. Behrman and Harvey W. Wallender
    6. The International Money Game by Robert Z. Aliber
    7. International Monetary Reform and the Developing Countries by William R. Cline
    8. International Business Policy and Administration by John Fayerweather
    9. Oil Resources: Who Gets What How? by Kenneth W. Dam
    10. International Trade Under Communism by Franklyn D. Holzman
    11. Social Consequences of Modernization in Communist Societies by Mark G. Field
    12. Scarcity and Control in Socialism by Phillip J. Bryson
    13. The New Internationalism by Wilbur F. Monroe
    14. Growth in America by Chester L. Cooper
    15. Private Foreign Investment in Developing Countries by H.C. Bos, Martin Sanders, and Carlo Secchi
    Foreign Affairs, January 1977, pp. 429-430