Resources, Values, and Development
Resources, Values and Development contains many of Amartya Sen's path-breaking contributions to development economics, including papers on resource allocation in nonwage systems, shadow pricing, employment policy, welfare economics, poverty assessment, gender-based inequality, and hunger and famines.
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agriculture allocation analysis approach argued argument assume assumption Bangladesh behaviour bundles Cambridge capabilities capability approach capital cent Choice of Techniques commodity comparisons constraints consumption context cooperative countries Development discussed distribution employment entitlement equation equilibrium Essay evaluation example fact famine farms given growth important India indifference indifference curve individual investment involved issues Journal of Economics judgements marginal disutility marginal product marginal utility maximization ment moral negative freedom Nutrition optimal optimum output Oxford person political positive possible poverty poverty line preference problem question rate of discount rate of saving ratio Rawls Rawlsian real income real national income relative relevant requirements result revealed preference Review of Economic rural Section shadow price social rate social welfare social welfare function Subhuti surplus labour tion unit University Press utilitarianism utility function vector vis-a-vis weight Welfare Economics welfare function Wollo