Oral history interview with Ignacy Sachs, 2000.


Oral history interview with Ignacy Sachs, 2000.

Born 1927 in Warsaw, Poland; Education: economics and mathematics at University of Rio, University of Delhi, Warsaw Central School of Planning and Statistics; Themes: education abroad, détente in Poland, work of UN Economic Commission for Europe in East; economic theories of Michal Kalecki; North-South hemisphere development gap; Japanese and Indian models of economic intervention by government;

transcript: 49 p.

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