Enlargement of the Exchange Economy in Tropical Africa
New York: United Nations Department of Economic Affairs, 1954.
Staplebound wraps. 9" X 6". 59pp. Mild wear to paper wraps, with sunning, light dust soiling, mild edgewear, and bumping to tail of spine. Binding is sound. Very occasional underlining and notations in red ink, else clean. Binding is sound. From foreword: "This study, prepared in response to resolution 367 B (XIII) of the Economic and Social Council, deals with structural changes taking place in the indigenous economies of tropical Africa as a result of their increasing participation in production for market. In particular, it is intended to throw light on the 'economic condition of the indigenous inhabitants and the non-white population', one of the factors to which the Economic and Social Council requested the Secretary-General to pay special attention." Very good. Item #1369