IS 101 #8 - #8 16:02 CaseStudy: China,Brazil,andSouthKorea

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International Studies #8 16:02 Case Study: India’s Development Model What are the basic elements of India’s Developmental Model? How is India’s Model similar to and different from other developing economies such as  China, Brazil, and South Korea? What are the implications of India’s rising growth rate for the world? Theory of Economic Growth Middle Class Strong and Autonomous State Skilled and Educated Population Capital Accumulation and Industrialization Agriculture and Industry Linkages Fear of outsourcing and losing jobs to Indians Basic Facts Population: 1.18 Billion Per capita GDP: $1030 per capita per year PPP Per Capita GDP: $2940 Per Person Per year Literacy Rate: 65.38% Old Civilization: Indus Valley Civilization in 3300 BC Till about the 18 th  century a very advanced economy and a dominant trading power Classic Colony Cultural Diversity is Mind-boggling (4 language groups (28 official languages), largest  group of Muslims, many dimensions of ethnic identity)
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This note was uploaded on 11/21/2011 for the course POLI SCI 101 taught by Professor Mayer during the Fall '08 term at University of Wisconsin.

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IS 101 #8 - #8 16:02 CaseStudy: China,Brazil,andSouthKorea

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