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International economic development – Principal Internet resources

ETTINGER, David. International economic development: Principal Internet resources. College & Research Libraries News, [S.l.], v. 79, n. 3, p. 144, feb. 2018. ISSN 2150-6698. Available at: <>. Date accessed: 29 mar. 2018. doi:
“From attempts to uplift millions of peoples from the throes of abject poverty and starvation to global assistance programs to benefit developing countries’ transition into viable civil societies, international economic development issues dominate the international agenda. A plethora of institutions, public and private, are involved in development efforts, ranging from the U.S. government to transnational actors such as the United Nations Development program. The Yearbook of International Organizations lists more than 100 nongovernmental organizations concerned with the subject. Given the dizzying array of material emanating from these institutions, it is no wonder that researchers in this area are often overwhelmed. To be sure, it is sometimes difficult to separate the wheat from the chaff. This article highlights some of the major online primary and secondary sources on international economic development by both state and nonstate actors. Highly selective, it provides a sampling of the rich variety of resources freely available, focusing on those of particular interest to academic faculty and students. The intent is to serve as a stepping stone for anyone doing general research on this broad-ranging subject by identifying core resources…”

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