A strange silence : the emergence of democracy in Nicaragua
The author, a fellow at the Harvard Institute for International Development whose expertise is in environmental and resource economics, presents a thorough examination of how the policies of various governments fail simultaneously to encourage natural resource preservation and economic growth. Case studies describing success, as in Dumoga-bone National Park in Indonesia and the tropical forest in Peru, along with failures, as in Ghana, where deforestation has taken its toll, help support his viewpoint.
Schwartz, Stephen, A strange silence: the emergence of democracy in Nicaragua. San Francisco, Calif. : ICS Press Lanham, Md. : National Book Network [distributor], c1992.
Copyright: ICS Press, c1992.
Schwartz, Stephen, "A strange silence : the emergence of democracy in Nicaragua" (1992). Walter J. Petry Book Gallery. 253.