What is the Most Important Thing that makes a Developing Nation Economically successful? Education, Trade, Democracy, Women or Other
|Author: ||Margolis, Lawrence|
Dr. Margolis' book analyzes the importance of several economic and cultural factors that impact the development of economic success in the developing world. It compiles data to consider the importance each factor, education, trade, democracy, women, or other, in the economic success or failure of developing nations.
"... which analyzes key factors for economic success among developing nations. Most developing nations are poor nations. This work offers them statistical evidence about which economic factors have enabled some to have more economic success than others."
Dr. Roslyn Simowitz,
University of Texas, Arlington
Table of Contents
Foreword by Dr. Roslyn Simowitz
Key Factors for Economic Success in Third World Nations
What Difference Does GNP Per Capita Make?
Children and the Elderly
Religion / Culture
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