Development planning / Jan Tinbergen ; translated from the Dutch by N. D. Smith.
Contributor(s): Smith, N. D [translator].Material type: TextPublisher: New York : McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1967; Toronto : McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1967Description: 256 pages : illustrations, tables, graphs ; 19 cm.Uniform titles: Ontwikkelingsplannen. English Subject(s): Economic development | Economic policy | IndustriesDDC classification: 309.2 Online resources: Click here to access online
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Includes ten appendices.
Includes bibliographical references (pages -253).
1. The development issue -- 2. Planning as a preparation for policy -- 3. Planning as a process -- 4. The functions of development planning -- 5. The qualitative aspect of a development plan -- 6. The quantitative aspect of a development plan: the macrophase -- 7. The middle phase -- 8. Planning for education and other social services -- 9. The microphase -- 10. The planning of economic policy -- 11. The procedure of national planning -- 12. The planning organisation -- 13. The international planning organisation -- 14. Plans and reality -- 15. Open questions in development planning -- 16. The growth of scientific planning in the West.
"The growing pains of the emerging nations of the modern world are manifold. Any new country is hard pressed to establish institutions and policies that will effectively promote the welfare of its people. Such programs require planning, and this book deals with the developments of national growth plans. The basis of a development plan must be a thorough-going analysis of the national economy in terms of its resources, work force and industries. Political, social and educational goals must be established; the pace of their achievement must be integrated and the schedule of their development must be tied to the growth of the economy." -- From the back cover.
Donation from Karl H. and Elizabeth H. Niebyl.
Translation from the Dutch (Ontwikkelingsplannen).