ECON 366: MID-TERM Review Questions
1. What are the key limitations of per capita national income as a concept of well-being? Can
these limitations be adjusted for?
What is the basis of the concept of human development? Describe
ECON 366: Review Questions
J. Mohan Rao
The 2nd Exam will include the following topics (Ch numbers are on the right hand side for 8th & 9th
Eds. respectively). You will be responsible for the Chapters and material covered in the lectures.
There are many key limitations of per capita national income as a concept of well being,
for instance the growth of per capita does not necessarily mean that the economy is developing,
for a economy to develop it must also consider the case of poverty,
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Econ 366: History of Economic Development
J Mohan Rao
GNH (Gross National Happiness) and Religion in Bhutan:
How does Spiritual Growth relate to Economic Growth?
For my thesis, I wish to explore the effects
The main issue differentiating the advocacy of growth and the advocacy of human
development include the measurement of a countries growth rate as well as its
development rate. The growth of a country suggest the growth in the economy, which is
trade theory and development
contemporary theory of development
classical theory of development
Economic structure in the Lewis Model is called the two sector model, in which there are the
urban sector and the rural sector, the urban sector is sa
"The Impact of Economic Growth in China on the environment"
There is no doubt that China has emerged into an economic power worldwide, but at
what cost? The beginning of the economic boom in china marked another boom, but not for the
good, it is in fact f
"Effect of Economic Growth in China on Energy Demand and the Environment"
China has grown economically to be one of the most important countries in the world; with over
1.3 billion population and the sheer size of the country, this economic p
Underdevelopment is unfortunately in most part of the world, mainly in African, Asian,
and Latin American countries, which also have the highest population. This is no
coincident, it is in fact true that underdevelopment promotes population growth, this m