The political economy of independent Fiji
This book on Fiji provides a fascinating case study of planning in which the small scale and isolation of the economy enables major issues to be seen in almost laboratory-like clarity. In particular it throws light on problems of a multi-racial society in which some important economic and political roles are racially differentiated, and it illustrates the special difficulties of modernisation and growth where a major component in an economy is affluent by reason of a subsistent agriculture that...[Show more]
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