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By Sanjaya Lall

'... a so much stimulating essay, through an economist who's a number one authority in his box ... a so much welcome boost to the literature on monetary development.' Terence J.Byres, British booklet information '... a perceptive and demanding contribution to the economics of know-how move and industrialization.' Michael Hobday, the industrial magazine

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