Listed below are some of the books we received in 1987 but were unable to review for lack of space.
David W. Pearce, editor, The MIT Dictionary of Modern Economics, The MIT Press, Cambridge, MA, USA, 1987, 462 pp., $12.40.
Ken Darrow and Mike Saxenian, Appropriate Technology Sourcebook, Appropriate Technology Project, Volunteers in Asia, Stanford, CA, USA, 1986, 800 pp., $17.95 (paper), $26.95 (cloth).
World Resources Institute and International Institute for Environment and Development, World Resources 1987, Basic Books, New York, NY, USA, 1987, 369 pp., $16.96 (paper), $32.95 (cloth).
Subhash C. Jain, International Marketing Management, Second Edition, Kent Publishing Company, Boston, MA, USA, 1987, 737 pp., $22.75.
Ralph C. Bryant, International Financial Intermediation, The Brookings Institution, Washington, DC, USA, 1987, 181 pp., $9.95 (paper), $26.95 (cloth).
Stark et al (editors), Research in Human Capital & Development, JAI Press, Inc., Greenwich, CT, USA, 1986, xiv + 177 pp., $56.60 (institutions), $28.25 (individuals).
G.A. Bridger and J.T. Winpenny, Planning Development Projects, Second Edition, HMSO Books, St. Crispins, Norwich, NR 3 1PD, UK, 1987, xiv + 229 pp., £2.50 (cloth).
M.S. Kumar (editor), Energy Pricing Policies in Developing Countries, International Labour Organisation, Geneva, Switzerland, 1987, 314 pp., $8.00 (paper), $12.00 (cloth).
Jagdish N. Bhagwati (editor), International Trade—Selected Readings, The MIT Press, Cambridge, MA, USA, 1987, ix + 504 pp., $14.50 (paper), $35 (cloth).
M.A.G. van Meerhaeghe, International Economic Institutions, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, The Netherlands, 1987, xxviii + 368 pp., $95.
Peter Robson, The Economics of International Integration, Third Edition, Allen & Unwin, Winchester, MA, USA, 1987, 285 pp., $29.95 (cloth).
Photo credits: Photographs on pages 20 (Sagari), 24, 26, 30 (Sai), 39, 43, and 46 by M. lannacci; pages 5, 9, 16, and 35 by D. Zara; pages 12 (Takagi), and 20 (Blejer) by R. Townsend; and on page 30 (Birdsall) by G. Franchini.
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