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Development Microeconomics. Pranab Bardhan , Christopher Udry. Traditional development economics has recently been revolutionized by the application of new economic tools and concepts. Development Microeconomics is the first in a series of books which will look at the entire spectrum of development economics issues, combining the strengths of conventional developmental thought with the insights of contemporary mainstream economics.

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Development Microeconomics. Pranab K. Bardhan , Christopher Udry. Traditional development economics has recently been revolutionized by the application of new economic tools and concepts. Development Microeconomics is the first in a series of books which will look at the entire spectrum of development economics issues, combining the strengths of conventional developmental thought with the insights of contemporary mainstream economics.

The main new conceptual tool used is the application of the theory of imperfect information and the effects this hason the the behaviour of economic agents. This helps to explain why perfect competition models rarely have success when dealing with developing economies.

The authors also stress the necessity of balance in dealing with many of the classic problems in development studiesthe importance of both the individual as economic agent and cultural norms as the framework of social behaviour; the dual relationship between equity and efficiency in economic policy-making; the importance of market rivalry and the potential of market breakdown.

Designed specifically for graduate students, this book analyses the key microeconomic problems facing the very poorest sectors of developing economies. It utilises simple theoretical models, and is presented in a compact and analytical form.

High technical sophistication is avoided, and the only pre-requisite is some familiarity with the tools of general microecomic theory at a first-year graduate or advanced undergraduate level. Development Microeconomics Pranab K. Karl-Goran Maler , Jeffrey R.

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Development Microeconomics

Development Microeconomics is the first in a series of books which will look at the entire spectrum of development economics issues, combining the strengths of conventional developmental thought with the insights of contemporary mainstream economics. The main new conceptual tool used is the application of the theory of imperfect information and the effects this has on the the behaviour of economic agents. This helps to explain why perfect competition models rarely have success when dealing with developing economies. The authors also stress the necessity of balance in dealing with many of the classic problems in development studiesthe importance of both the individual as economic agent and cultural norms as the framework of social behaviour; the dual relationship between equity and efficiency in economic policy-making; the importance of market rivalry and the potential of market breakdown. Designed specifically for graduate students, this book analyses the key microeconomic problems facing the very poorest sectors of developing economies.

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Development Microeconomics By Pranab Bardhan and Christopher Udry

Tolstoy begins Anna Karenina with the famous sentence: 'All happy families are alike but an unhappy family is unhappy after its own fashion. The diversity of experience of the poor countries in the world is much wider and sharper than that of the rich countries. This is partly because the number of people and countries that are poor is much larger and, socially, geographically, and institutionally, far more heterogeneous than that of rich countries. Under these circumstances, to aim at capturing even the broad contours of this diversity of development experience in a short textbook is hopeless. To any generalization about this experience that such a textbook may venture to suggest, one can easily cite many counter-examples from different parts of the world.

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