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moulder and levy - - - World economy theorists argued in...

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- World economy theorists argued in some ways opposite of traditional society theorists. - World economy theorists say western nations have stopped third world nations from developing because of their policies. - Moulder’s concept of incorporation. - Non-western nations have become exploited while own economic development is blocked. - Moulder argues that comparative studies in Japan and China have not been systematic to see if there were differences between Japan and China in the economy. - She says differences did exist- Japan was more autonomous than China within the world economy. Incorporation: For Moulder there are two basic dimensions: economic and political. The world political economy that emerged since the 16 th century constitutes a world division of labor. Advanced industrial nations and dependent satellite nations. Political division: dominant industrial nations dominate politically and satellite nations have little autonomy.
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This note was uploaded on 04/28/2008 for the course EASC 150g taught by Professor Rosen during the Spring '07 term at USC.

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