• 2 Pages Lect7(333)sum99
    Lect7(333)sum99

    School: Dixie State

    Econ 333 Lecture 7 (Summary) Continuation of Chapter 5: Growth, Poverty and Income Distribution We used table 5.3 to show that on the basis of cross-sectional data, there is no relationship between levels of per capita income and degree of inequality

  • 2 Pages Lect8(333)sum99
    Lect8(333)sum99

    School: Dixie State

    Econ 333 Lecture 8 (Summary) Growth versus Income Distribution: As emphasized earlier, till the early 1970s, development was considered to be synonymous with growth. And there was also a debate if growth or attainment of a more even distribution of i

  • 3 Pages Lect5(333)sum99
    Lect5(333)sum99

    School: Dixie State

    Econ 333 Lecture 5 (Summary) Chapter 4: Historic Growth and Contemporary Development: Lessons and Controversies Growth has been an integral part of development. It is, therefore, important to study growth in detail. This chapter basically deals with

  • 5 Pages Lect2(333)sum99
    Lect2(333)sum99

    School: Dixie State

    Econ 333 Lecture 2 (Summary) Chapter 2: Diverse Structure and Common Characteristics of Developing Nations. Classification of Developing Countries: We began with the general classification of the countries of the world into three groups,- First Worl

  • 6 Pages Lect3&4(333)sum99
    Lect3&4(333)sum99

    School: Dixie State

    Econ 333 Lecture 3 (Summary) Chapter 3: Theories of Development: A Comparative Development The theories of economic development can be broadly classified into 5 major categories. These are,1. The Linear-Stages Theory (1950s and 60s) 2. Structural Cha

  • 3 Pages Lect13(333)sum99
    Lect13(333)sum99

    School: Dixie State

    Econ 333 Lecture 13 (Summary) Chapter 10: The Environment and Development: Over the decade, specialists have become increasingly concerned with the problem of environment and development and the idea of "Sustainable Development" has finally emerged.

  • 4 Pages Lect1(333)sum99
    Lect1(333)sum99

    School: Dixie State

    Econ 333 Lecture 1 (Summary) Questions: Why do we need to study Development Economics? Why are we interfering in Kosovo? Why should we worry if a farmer in South Asia is not able to earn enough to support his family, or if he and his family is liv

  • 3 Pages Lect10(333)sum99
    Lect10(333)sum99

    School: Dixie State

    Econ 333 Lecture 10 (Summary) Four Dimensions of the Employment Problem: The employment problem in the developing countries is distinct from that in the developed countries on four major areas. These are: a. The Educated Unemployed: Unlike the develo

  • 5 Pages Lect14(333)sum99
    Lect14(333)sum99

    School: Dixie State

    Econ 333 Lecture 14 (Summary) Chapter 11: Education and Development. It is often argued that it is not the amount of physical capital or natural resources but the quality of human capital that determines the character and pace of its economic and soc

  • 2 Pages Lect6(333)sum99
    Lect6(333)sum99

    School: Dixie State

    Econ 333 Lecture 6 (Summary) Chapter 5: Growth, Poverty and Income Distribution: So far we have learnt about what is meant by development, we examined the major characteristics of third world countries and reviewed some basic models and theories of d

  • 6 Pages Lect3&4(333)sum99
    Lect3&4(333)sum99

    School: Dixie State

    Econ 333 Lecture 3 (Summary) Chapter 3: Theories of Development: A Comparative Development The theories of economic development can be broadly classified into 5 major categories. These are,1. The Linear-Stages Theory (1950s and 60s) 2. Structural Change M

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