Pranab Bardhan is Professor of Economics at University of California, Berkeley, and co-chair of the MacArthur Foundation- funded Network on the Effects of Inequality on Economic Performance. He is Chief Editor of the Journal of Development Economics, has contributed numerous journal articles, and has written or edited 15 books, including The Role of Governance in Economic Development: A Political Economy Approach (1997), Development Microeconomics (with Christopher Udry, 2000), and the two-volume Readings in Development Microeconomics (with Christopher Udry, 2000).
PART I. TRADE AND DEVELOPMENT.
Chapter 1. Credit Markets and Patterns of International Trade.
Chapter 2. Localized Technical Progress and Transfer of Technology and Economic Development.
Chapter 3. Quality Variations and the Choice between Foreign and Indigenous Goods or Technology.
Chapter 4. Imports, Domestic Productions, and Transnational Vertical Integration: A Theoretical Note.
Chapter 5. Disparity in Wages but not in Returns to Capital Between Rich and Poor Countries.
Chapter 6. On Optimum Subsidy to a Lending Industry: An Aspect of the Theory of Infant-Industry Protection.
PART II. VINTAGE CAPITAL GROWTH MODELS.
Chapter 7. International Trade Theory in a Vintage-Capital Model.
Chapter 8. Dynamic Effects of Protection on Productivity.
Chapter 9. Endogenous Growth Theory in a Vintage Capital Model.
Chapter 10. Equilibrium Growth in Model with Economic Obsolescence of Machines.
Chapter 11. More on Putty-Clay.
Chapter 12. On Estimation of Production Functions from International Cross-Section Data.
PART III. FACTOR MARKETS AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT.
Chapter 13. Terms and Conditions of Sharecropping Contracts: An Analysis of Village Survey Data in India.
Chapter 14. Terms and Conditions of Labor Contracts in Agriculture: Results of a Survey in West Bengal 1979.
Chapter 15. On Measuring Rural Unemployment.
Chapter 16. Labor-Typing in a Poor Agrarian Economy: A Theoretical and Empirical Analysis.
Chapter 17. Labor Mobility and the Boundaries of the Village Moral Economy.
Chapter 18. Interlinkage of Land, Labor and Credit Relations in Agriculture: An Analysis of Village Survey Data in East India.