Resources, Values, and Development

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Harvard University Press, 1984 - Business & Economics - 547 pages
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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Contents

On Optimizing the Rate of Saving
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Isolation Assurance and the Social Rate of Discount
135
Terminal Capital and Optimum Savings
147
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