Feb 20 Lecture Notes - Economic Dependency

Feb 20 Lecture Notes - Economic Dependency - POLI 227...

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POLI 227 Narendra Subramanian Feb 20, 2008 (con’t from Feb 18) Economic Dependency “Developmental Regime” (Pempel) Inappropriate for people to demand democracy in the Western sense Pempel believed wasn’t a lot of over-descent Greater government ownership, gov’t subsidies for education, etc. Gov’t worked economic growth domestic and international sources Because there was economic growth people became more enthusiastic about working Professionalized bureaucracy less open to corruption This kind of bureaucracy seen in Japanese colonial experience Pempel strong democracy = strong bureaucracy East Asian model of growth, part of a more general phenomenon of late industrialization More active role was needed in these countries for industrialization Gov’t played a major role in industrialization in Eastern European (former USSR) ISI countries required more dominant role in gov’t than other countries in E Asia Vietnam
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course POLI 227 taught by Professor Narendrasubramanian during the Winter '08 term at McGill.

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