Theoretical problems of growth in developing lands controlled by developed powers. Examines trade, capital formation, politics, production and banking. Uses Kenyan agricultural development as case study.
It is the purpose of this research to trace the economic development of colonial nations since 1870 and the role of international trade in this development. The contemporary country of Kenya will be studied in the last section as a case study.
ECONOMIC GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT
IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES
The process of economic growth and development in developing countries is considered in three contexts. First to be considered are the factors involved and required in such growth and development. Second, the obstacles to economic growth and(…)