A Bias for Hope

Essays on Development and Latin America (Westview Encore Edition) by Albert Otto Hirschman

Publisher: Westview Pr (Short Disc)

Written in English
Cover of: A Bias for Hope | Albert Otto Hirschman
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  • Economic Development,
  • Economic assistance,
  • Economic policy,
  • Developing countries,
  • Latin America
The Physical Object
Number of Pages374
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8023081M
ISBN 100813302781
ISBN 109780813302782

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The title of the Conference “A Bias for Hope”, is a typi-cal Hirschmanian expression. It epitomizes an essential feature of Hirschman’s perspective on the world: despite many obstacles to development or life in general, there is always cause for hope.

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A Bias for Hope is not a book for beginners or those with a casual in- terest in Latin America. It proceeds with a heavy tread. Hirschman is not a sprightly writer. As scholars will, he writes for his colleagues, and most of the essays in this collection are fairly technical. Not all, how- ever. “Second Thoughts on the Alli.

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