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23/01/2008 16:45:00 Theory and Practice: What can we learn from the Past?     Inequality and North-South Relations     Outline     : - North-South : A global family portrait - The development trap - Why is the South relatively poor? - Inequality and world politics Global Inequality: North-South      Stark material differences b/w N. and S. 1. Poverty and global inequality are “modern” problems 2.  Global variation in material wealth countries categorized by average income per capita o High income: USA, Japan o Upper Middle: Argentina o Lowed Middle: Russia, Iraq o Lower income: Mali
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The Development Trap     Many countries in the global south fall into this development trap 4 qualities all share 1 assumption: growth of national incomes on a per capita  basis are the primary goal 1. Small stratum of producers/consumers
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