Raúl Prebisch: Power, Principle and the Ethics of Development: Essays in Honour of David H. Pollock Marking the Centennial Celebrations of the Birth of Raúl Prebisch
Dosman, Edgar J.; Iglesias, Enrique V.; Pollock, David H.; Toye, John; Toye, Richard; Birdsall, Nancy; Love, Joseph L.; Kerner, Daniel; Mallorquín, Carlos
Raúl Prebisch was one of the great figures in Latin America, a dominant regional and international personality since the 1930s, and it is therefore fitting to honor the centenary of his birth in Tucumán, Argentina in 1901 with a special lecture and conference on his life and work. Moreover, it is equally appropriate that this Prebisch Lecture be delivered by David H. Pollock, one of his closest and most distinguished collaborators over many years. Linked by a close friendship and a commitment to Latin America, Professor Pollock both witnessed and documented the Prebisch legacy as banker, thinker, institutional-builder and international diplomat.