Ravi Kanbur, 09 March 2018

Gunnar Myrdal’s “Asian Drama” was published 50 years ago. On the face of it, the book, framed in terms of the realities of an economically stagnant Asia, appears to have little to offer the modern development economist. This column argues, however, that the issues Myrdal raised are fundamental ones not only for development but for our discipline of economics and for the broader terrain of political economy.

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