AAS112B 27 April 2015 - AAS112B Lecture April 27 2015 Kwame Nimako Emerging Economies The End of the Third World BRICS and Bello Walden on BRICS BRICS

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AAS112B Lecture April 27, 2015 Kwame Nimako Emerging Economies: The End of the Third World? BRICS and Deglobalization
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Bello Walden on BRICS BRICS, as is well known, was a name coined by Goldman Sachs analyst Jim O’Neill to refer to promising emerging markets for finance capital that would extend the boom of the global economy in the first decade of the 21st century. But one can say that even if O’Neill had not invented the name, the BRICS would have emerged as a conscious formation of big, rapidly developing countries with an ambivalent relationship to the traditional
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Development as Concept Development as human phenomena (Historical-Comparative) Versus Development as a Cold War project (Foreign Intervention)
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The Development Project Development Plans Development Programmes Development Projects Humanitarian Aid
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Ideology, Knowledge Production and Economic and Political Crisis in the 1970s 1 Oil Crisis – 1973 (OPEC) 2 Chile-The Pinochet Coup-September 11,
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