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Economic imperialism; a book of readings. Edited by Kenneth E. Boulding and Tapan Mukerjee.

; Mukerjee, Tapan, compiler
Ann Arbor, University of Michigan Press [1972] .
ISBN 0472168304

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Other Authors Mukerjee, Tapan,
Subjects Economic history.
Histoire économique.
Imperialismo -- Discursos, ensayos, conferencias.
Description xviii, 338 pages illustrations 24 cm
Copyright Date [1972]
Contents Introduction, by K.E. Boulding.--The economic taproot of imperialism, by J.A. Hobson.--Dynamics of imperialism, by P.T. Moon.--On imperialism, by J.A. Schumpeter.--The concept of economic imperialism, by R. Koebner.--Imperialism: an historiographical revision, by D.K. Fieldhouse.--The nature of economic imperialism, by D.S. Landes.--Economic imperialism revisited, by M. Blaug.--Notes on the theory of imperialism, by P.A. Baran and P.M. Sweezy.--The effects of British imperial policy, by R.P. Thomas.--Theory of economic drain: impact of British rule on the Indian economy, 1840-1900, by T. Mukerjee.--Rising demands and insufficient resources, by H. and M. Sprout.--War as an investment: the strange case of Japan, by K.E. Boulding and A.H. Gleason.--Russian imperialism today, by T.P. Whitney.--The mechanism of neo-imperialism, by T. Balogh.--Burdens and benefits of empire: American style, by M. Bronfenbrenner.--Bibliography, by T. Mukerjee (pages 311-327).
Network Numbers (OCoLC)243274
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Boulding, Kenneth E. 1910-1993,
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