U of MN Monographs

These four monographs were published by the University of Minnesota’s Department of Applied Economics on globalization, capitalism, Buddhist equilibrium, and poverty alleviation:

Staff Paper on Impact of Globalization (1997) explores the incidence of poverty and food security policies in Sri Lanka.

Staff Paper on Capitalism in Human Scale (1995) raises the question of “virtuous circles” in economic growth and human development in achieving a newly industrialized country status.

Staff Paper on Buddhist Equilibrium (1993) examines the theory of middle path for sustainable development.

Staff Paper on The Political Economy of Poverty Alleviation in Developing Countries (1992) focuses on the paradox of development between human progress and economic growth.