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Industrialization and Economic Development an Appropriate Strategy for the Underdeveloped

Thakur Shrinivas

Industrialization and Economic Development an Appropriate Strategy for the Underdeveloped

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Published by South Asia Books .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Development economics,
  • Developing countries,
  • Economic Conditions,
  • Business / Economics / Finance

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages290
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11663621M
    ISBN 100861321146
    ISBN 109780861321148

    Contemporary Models of Development and Underdevelopment Underdevelopment as a Coordination Failure Multiple Equilibria: A Diagrammatic Approach Starting Economic Development: The Big Push The Big Push: A Graphical Model Why the Problem Cannot Be Solved by a Super-Entrepreneur Other Cases in Which a Big Push May Be Necessary Further .


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It assumes economies of scale and oligopolistic market structure and explains when industrialization would happen. The originator of this theory was Paul.

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During the discussions that ensued, experts agreed that one of the main reasons for Africa’s slow industrialization is that its leaders have failed to pursue bold economic policies out of fear. The ISI experience in South Africa is similar to that of Brazil, albeit with country-specific undertone.

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Hirschman's "forward and backward linkages" concept has been one of the most used terms in economic development theory since. economic problematic, this paper recommends among other strategies the abolition of neo-liberal economic policies that do not consider the individual development and should adopt a strategy of development within the framework of national self-reliance on internal resources and only seeking alliance with the global economy on the bases of.

Chapter Seven: Basic Economic Problems of an Underdeveloped Economy j) Rural Development Policy: This was the first time a policy attention was given to rural development. 4 The Industrialization ot Latin America and the New International Economic Order Jorge Bertini There is at present a generally widespread conviction that industrial development styles which have characterized the last decades are being redefined; that these processes are underway both in the more advanced nations and in the underdeveloped countries, with their own identity and Author: Jorge Bertini.

The study of economic development in the Third World has been dominated by the comparison of import-substitution industrialization (ISI) and export-led industrialization as two "alternative strategies' of by: 9. The Best Economics Books of All Time list includes works by many of the great economists along with many leading books on major issues in the field.

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the first instance the economist approaches the problem of economic development within the context of a theory of economic growth. The assumption that there is a uniquely correct or at least a uniquely appropriate definition of economic growth, openly invites a very fundamental type of criticism.

Economists and other social. Underdeveloped and developing countries need huge amount of capital for its economic development. In the initial stages of economic development, it is agriculture that constitutes a significant source of capital formation.

Agriculture sector provides funds for capital formation in many ways as: (i) agricultural taxation. Essay # 2. The Concept of Economic Development (Modern View): The experience of the developing countries during the sixties and seventies showed that whereas target rates of economic growth were in fact achieved trickle-down effect in the form of creation of more employment opportunities, rise in wages and improvement in income distribution did not operate.

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DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS FACULTY OF SOCIAL SCIENCES UNIVERSITY OF BENIN BENIN CITY INDUSTRIALIZATION AND ECONOMIC GROWTH IN NIGERIA By OLUWAROTIMI JOHN OGUNDELE March After presenting a comprehensive analysis of the classical.

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China’s Economic Growth and Development China is presently the world’s largest economy in relation to its population of billion. The country is currently a socialist economy ruled by a Communist Government, with significant structural changes impacting its economy as a result of the high rate of growth over the past decades.

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Appropriate Technology for Socioeconomic Development in Third World Countries Anthony Akubue Introduction Persistent socioeconomic problems in Third World countries, despite decades of massive infusion of advanced technology from the industrial world, continue to elicit questions regarding the appropriateness of this technology in the Third World.

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CHAPTER II ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND UNDERDEVELOPED COUNTRIES Before we embark upon the study of road and highway transportation in the economic development of underdeveloped countries, it will be worth while to have a general idea of the nature and extent of under- development of the present day world and the problems which are associated with.

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This book attempts to explain the development experience of a post-colonial state in the backdrop of these shifting ideas about growth. Pakistan was a typical underdeveloped state when it started its journey as an independent nation-state on the 14th of Augustas a result of the dissolution of the British Indian : Shahid Hussain Raja.

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The industrial sector accounts for 6 per cent of economic activity, while inthe manufacturing sector. Development Economics focus is on methods of promoting economic growth and structural change.

The early proponents of development as a policy emerged with Keynesian Macroeconomics which encouraged the need for Government Intervention in order for economic growth to take place.

This theory identified that fixed capital formation was a major source of. In this work, Furtado argues that economic development, viewed as the reproduction of the process of industrialization of rich countries throughout the underdeveloped world, is an illusion.

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In this model, development aid is judged by its ability to relieve the material pdf of the poor, as against the “cold” standards by which the other prominent development strategy, industrialization, is measured: real GNP per capita growth, increases in investments, balance of trade, etc.the Process of Economic Development Two important and related features distinguish the agricultural sec-tor in an underdeveloped country and its role in the process of eco-nomic growth.

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