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Judging Economic Development-The Case of China

The Case of China Carl Riskin In any attempt to judge economic development, three broad categories of questions arise : first, the impact which economic change has on welfare; second, the objective historical process called development' and the specification of its parameters for use as yardsticks to evaluate contemporary development efforts; and third, the evaluation of a society's success in achieving its own, self-prescribed goals.

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