Development Perspectives by Paul Streeten (auth.)

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8. 9. 10. II. 12. 49 if they were biased in the favourable direction an even more favourable distribution might have been brought about by forgoing the change. But there are good grounds for holding that they will be cumulative in the direction of greater inequality: a higher income makes possible not only absolutely but proportionately higher savings and thus a higher rate of growth of future income. It also enables a man to benefit from education and training, to improve his health and his credit-worthiness, etc.

Valuations enter at the psychological level and could be eliminated by a purged language. 25. The expression occurs in one of Engels's letters to Mehring. Cf. Franz Mehring, Geschichte der deutschen Sozialdemokratie, vol. I (1921 ), p. 386. 26. , it could be argued that the appeal of Keynes's theory to the public resulted 27. 28. 29. 30. from protests against the Depression. 'Science and Ideology', The American Economic Review (March 1949), p. 350. Ibid. Chapter 10 in Value in Social Theory. In the Political Element Myrdal showed how the philosophy of natural law harboured a contradiction and a compromise between a radical and a conservative strand.

18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 33 objections to controlled human experiments are partly moral, and not in the nature of society. R. B. Braithwaite, ·Moral Principles and Inductive Policies', Proceedings of the British Academy, vol. 36 ( 1950), pp. 65f. See T. D. Weldon, The Vocabulary of Politics, Penguin, Harmondsworth ( 1953), esp. Ch. 3, Section 7 and Ch. 5. T. Ferguson and J. Cunnison, The Young Wage-Earner: A Study of Glasgow Boys, Oxford University Press (1951). See Myrdal: "The Trend towards Economic Planning", Manchester School (January 1951 ).

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