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Theories_and_Strateg - THEORIES AND STRATEGIES OF DEVELOPMENT Spring Term 2011 Lecture Goals To identify the main theoretical approaches to

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THEORIES AND STRATEGIES OF DEVELOPMENT Spring Term 2011
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Lecture Goals To identify the main theoretical approaches to development To trace back the roots of development to the origins of capitalism.
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Theories of Development Development involves: 1. Development theories 2. Development strategies 1. Development ideologies
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Theories of Development Development theories : Development theories can either be: 1. Normative 2. Positive
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Theories of Development Development strategies “development strategy” implies an actor, normally the state.
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Theories of Development Development ideologies: different development agendas.
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Examples Agenda 1. Rising levels of education 2. Political participation and democracy 3. Urbanization 4. Technology 5. Health and welfare Strategies Industrialization 1. Higher income 2. Greater material welfare
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Theories of Development 21-century: two unequal parts. Less than 1/6 resided in the rich countries. The rest lived in poor countries.
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The division of countries into rich and poor originated within the colonialism and imperialism. Average income in the rich countries in rich
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This note was uploaded on 12/18/2011 for the course ENVS 200 taught by Professor Annegrant during the Fall '11 term at Waterloo.

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