International Economic Distress and the Third World

Authors

  • Harry Magdoff

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.14452/MR-058-05-2006-09_8

Keywords:

Political Economy

Abstract

Two themes have become standard components of the flood of economic analyses pouring out these days. One is that the world's economy has become unprecedentedly interdependent. The other is that the international economy is under growing stress. Although there are reasonable grounds for both of these statements, it is equally true that as usually formulated they obscure more than they reveal.

Published

2006-10-08

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