Property and development frank upham challenges the long held idea that developing countries require stable legal property rights for economic growth and social change in his new book the great property fallacy theory reality and growth in developing countries wilf family professor of property law frank upham is questioning this long . 1 birth control injection for women in 69 developing countries could slash unwanted pregnancies 127 in over 50 developing countries 800 million people still going hungry. Drawing on studies of five countries frank k upham mounts an impressive challenge against a seldom questioned pillar of development theory the great property fallacy is a great read and will cause many to rethink the relation between property law and development. In this groundbreaking book frank k upham uses empirical analysis and economic theory to demonstrate how myths surrounding property law have blinded us to our own past and led us to demand that developing countries implement policies that are mistaken and impossible. Upham frank k the great property fallacy theory reality and growth in developing countries mla citation upham frank k the great property fallacy theory reality and growth in developing countries print these citations may not conform precisely to your selected citation style
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