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10 what and why of development

10 what and why of development - What is Development What...

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What is Development? What does it mean to be rich and how do you get rich?
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Jared Diamond’s (Yalu’s) question Eurasian superiority of plants and animals for domestication orientation of continents
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Jeffrey Sachs on Africa tropical climate and disease lack of navigable rivers
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David Landes’ explanation culture
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Example of China After 1433 Chinese emperor abandons the “Treasure Fleet”, leaving trade and exploration
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Modernization theory on different points of the same path undeveloped Semi-developed Highly developed
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Dependency theory Europe’s early advantage continues to stunt the development of poorer countries trapped providing resources and agricultural goods to rich world scissors effect industrial goods resources and agricultural goods
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Counter example: the “tigers”, etc Korea, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Singapore then others--Thailand, Philippines, Indonesia, Chile, Ireland India, China
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how did they do this?
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