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Keith B. Griffin • 8 Items / 7 Books, 1 Article
International Inequality and National Poverty (1978)
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    International Economics and Politics (8 Reviews)
    Atlas of World Population History, by Colin McEvedy and Richard Jones
    1. Atlas of World Population History by Colin McEvedy and Richard Jones
    2. The Effective Management of Resources by C.M. Mason
    3. Energy from Heaven and Earth by Edward Teller
    4. Foreign State Enterprises by Douglas F. Lamont
    5. Global Bargaining by Robert L. Rothstein
    6. International Inequality and National Poverty by Keith B. Griffin
    7. The Merchants of Grain by Dan Morgan
    8. Sharing Global Resources by Ruth W. Arad
    Orbis, Summer 1979, pp. 489-490
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    Recent Books on International Relations (14 Reviews)
    General: Economic and Social
    1. Foreign State Enterprises by Douglas F. Lamont
    2. Reflections of Interdependence by Marina von Neumann Whitman
    3. Welfare and Efficiency by Theodore Geiger
    4. Distortion or Development? by Thomas J. Biersteker
    5. International Inequality and National Poverty by Keith B. Griffin
    6. U.S.-Canadian Energy Trade by Helmut J. Frank and John J. Schanz, Jr.
    7. Raw Materials and Pacific Economic Integration by John G. Crawford and Saburo Okita
    8. The Regional Theory of World Trade by Andreas Grotewold
    9. Tariffs, Quotas, and Trade
    10. External Debt and the World Economy by Miguel S. Wionczek
    11. The U.S. and World Development: Agenda 1979 by Martin M. McLaughlin
    12. The Global Predicament by David W. Orr and Marvin S. Soroos
    13. Further Essays on Economic Theory and Policy by Nicholas Kaldor
    14. Further Essays on Applied Economics by Nicholas Kaldor
    Foreign Affairs, Summer 1979, pp. 1173-1174