Al McCoy's scientific contributions

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... These arguments have recently been tested in western social settings such as the US [Boyce et al 1999]. They, however, do not account for uneven distribution of key productive resources such as land, which are more relevant to non-western settings of developing economies, such as several south Asian ones, where income and asset distribution is highly skewed [Alavi 1989[Alavi , 1983aMcCoy 1971] and where environmental degradation is visibly evident [e g, Shiva 1991; Gadgil and Guha 1993]. Within south Asian economies, Pakistan represents the most skewed resource distribution [e g, World Bank 2002;Qureshi 2001;Arif and Munir 2001;Hussain 1984;Alavi 1976, 1974: Ahmad 1972. ...