Developing countries




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  • UF Emerging nations
  • UF Fourth World
  • UF Global South
  • UF LDC's
  • UF Least developed countries
  • UF Less developed countries
  • UF Newly industrialized countries
  • UF Newly industrializing countries
  • UF NICs -- Newly industrialized countries
  • UF Thrid World
  • UF Unverdeveloped areas
  • UF Underdeveloped countries

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Theodore W. Schultz Papers

  • MA 022
  • Papers
  • 1932-1991

This collection is composed mainly of Schultz's personal collection of articles he authored. Most are offprints from the journal in which the article appeared and many bear Schultz's signature. Also included are a few articles not authored by Schultz which are review articles or contain biographical material about Schultz.

The collection is composed of correspondence and a few collected works include either articles about Schultz or items that Schultz reviewed. The correspondence contains a letter from Schultz to Dr. Leon Raney, Dean of Libraries, South Dakota State University discussing writing a bibliography about Schultz.

Publications comprise the bulk of the collection and consist of Schultz' personal collections of articles, books and reports that he wrote. Most are off-prints from the journal in which the article appeared and many bear Schultz's signature.

The Dale Hoover collection on Theodore Schultz consists mainly of article drafts and conference papers, with a small amount being article reprints. This material was collected by Dale Hoover, a member of North Carolina State University Department of Agricultural and Resources Economics faculty. The items include highlighted passages and notation by Hoover. Some items have notes from Schultz to Hoover. It appears that Schultz would occasionally send drafts of articles to Hoover for opinions before publication.

Schultz, Theodore W. (Theodore William), 1902-1998