Mass Poverty in Pakistan. Some Preliminary Findings
The disillusionment of many developing countries with past policies which paid exclusive attention to the rate of growth has, in recent years, led to a somewhat belated interest in the problems of unemployment, income distribution and mass poverty. Pakistan,"perhaps, has the unique, if dubious, distinction of being one of the first developing countries both to adopt and, later, to reject growthmanship as a national creed.1
Volume (Year): 12 (1973)
Issue (Month): 4 ()
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