Studies in Political Economy of Development is a collection of texts that elucidate the various aspects of political economy and proposes strategies and plans to attain a genuine and comprehensive economic development. The book covers a broad range of topics on development planning, with particular focus on mixed economies. Chapters are devoted to the discussion of long-term planning on mixed economies; strategies for industrial development; significance of foreign trade; and a review of the principal forms of economic aid and its evaluation. The text also presents an analysis of the problems and policies of economic development and technology issues of Latin America. The final chapter deals with the political economy of environment. Economists, political scientists, and policymakers will find this book invaluable.