Sectoral Coalitions and Timing of Development

Sectoral Coalitions and Timing of Development - State (?)...

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Unformatted text preview: State (?) Industry Agriculture Sectoral Coalitions (Explanations) What is it? - - 1960s, 70s, people agreed that economic development was very important but there were different economic features than class conflict- - focus on conflicts of interest or conflicts in economy as a whole Class - - in control Not in control Modernized nations have different sectors - - in each have people who are in control, not in control These sectors are separate, and separated within sectors I.e. industry has many different sectors There is a big conflict between industry and agriculture in food prices o Agriculture wants them high, industry wants them low o 1932 Reform Act protects British agriculture from foreign competition Between export industries (sell abroad) and import industries (compete with foreign Germany Agriculture v. Industry 2 nd Reich said to have survived because of Otto von Bismarcks policies designed to avoid an agrarian-industrialist conflict over the price of food...
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