Function of colonial history colonial powers set up a

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Unformatted text preview: w can determine the pattens) 2) could be a function of colonial history.. colonial powers set up a pattern that has had a lasting legacy 3)could be the result of multinational corporation urban class structure influence- agribusiness investment •  •  •  •  a capitalist class of large business person= bougeousie, differences within this class, but all people who control capital -national= economic survival isnt really tied to an economic factor -state= gov't has emerged as a major producer -comprador= deals with foreign investment Middle class- the problem is that it has such variety within it, its a very vague category: -classic= self employed, small business owners, etc -professionals= •  bourgeoisie –  national/comprador/state? •  petite-bourgeoisie /middle class –  traders, artisans, shopkeepers –  professionals –  civil servants •  •  industrial working class urban marginal sector –  informal economy Industrial working class/service sector= hourly-wage labor... often a very small class, with the exception of the NICs.. Urban marginal sector/informal economy= don't have a regular wage position; 2 ! operating in the untaxed, somewhat outside of the law sector of the ec...
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This note was uploaded on 05/21/2012 for the course POLI 227 taught by Professor Narendrasubramanian during the Spring '08 term at McGill.

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