Essays in Honor of Keith B. Griffin
Edited by James K. Boyce, Stephen Cullenberg, Prasanta K. Pattanaik and Robert Pollin
Honoring Keith Griffin’s more than 40 years of fundamental contributions to the discipline of economics, the papers in this volume reflect his deep commitment to advancing the well-being of the world’s poor majority and his unflinching willingness to question conventional wisdom as to how this should be done.
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- Human Development in the Era of Globalization Essays in Honor of Keith B. Griffin
- Chapter 1: The Fall in Chinese Poverty: Issues of Measurement, Incidence and Cause
- Chapter 2: The Rural–Urban Divide and the Evaluation of Political Economy in China
- Chapter 3: Socialist Fetters? Land Tenure and Economic Growth in Post-Mao Rural China
- Chapter 4: A Future for Small Farms? Biodiversity and Sustainable Agriculture
- Chapter 5: The Impact of Policy Reforms on Rural Poverty in Brazil: Evidence from Three States in the 1990s
- Chapter 6: Has Columbia Finally Found an Agrarian Reform that Works?
- Chapter 7: Death and Development
- Chapter 8: On Comparing Functioning Bundles and Capability Sets
- Chapter 9: Environment, Poverty and Development
- Chapter 10: Globalization and the Transition to Egalitarian Development
- Chapter 11: Gender Equality, Public Finance and Globalization
- Chapter 12: Class Transition in the Age of Globalization: Examples from the Rural Sectors in India and Kenya
- Chapter 13: What Will Become of the Welfare State?
- Chapter 14: The Structure and Distribution of Personal Income and Poverty Reduction: A Case Study of Bangladesh During the 1990s
- Chapter 15: Poverty as Injustice: Refocusing the Policy Agenda
- Chapter 16: Economic Policies and Poverty Reduction in Asia and the Pacific: Alternatives to Neoliberalism
- Curriculum Vitae for Professor Keith B. Griffin
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