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Structural interdependence and economic development
International Conference on Input-Output Techniques (1961 Geneva)
|Statement||Edited by Tibor Barna, in collaboration with William I. Abraham and Zoltán Kenessey.|
|Contributions||Barna, Tibor, ed., United Nations. Secretariat., Harvard University. Harvard Economic Research Project.|
|LC Classifications||HB21 .I63 1961|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 365 p.|
|Number of Pages||365|
|LC Control Number||63003705|
STRUCTURAL CHANGE, FUNDAMENTALS, AND GROWTH: AN OVERVIEW need to be overcome if economic development is to happen. Using these two sets of models to guide us, we can identify two broad development challenges. Structural transformation can fuel rapid growth on its own, but if it is not backed up by fundamentals, growth peters out and. Given the growing interdependence between EAP countries, coordinated policies and investments could increase resilience to shocks. Related Topics: Finance and Financial Sector Development, International Economics and Trade, Macroeconomics and Economic Growth. 31 Trade and Structural Interdependence Table Growth Rates of GDP, Investment, and Manufacturing Output, (percentage per year) Gross Domestic Manufacturing GDP Investment output NICs Low income (average)a India Upper-middle income (average) South Korea Hong Kong Singapore
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Book Description. Economic development is full of discontinuities. Mainstream economists perceive these as external disturbances to a natural state of equilibrium, but this book argues that much of the discontinuities are part of economic development, suggesting that patterns can be understood with structural analysis.
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The structuralist approach to development policy (English) Abstract. Structuralist methodology and development policy are examined and compared to other major development policy approaches. The structuralist approach focuses on various types of structural disequilibria.
In domestic policy, this approach can be used to Cited by: W. Leontief and A. Strout, “Multi-Regional Input-Output Analysis,” In: T. Barna, Ed., Structural Interdependence and Economic Development, St Martins Press, London,pp.
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In this paper, we focus on relations of economic interdependence that are embedded in a larger set of relations between the same parties: a medium-range. Structuralism is a development theory which focuses on structural aspects which impede the economic growth of developing countries.
The unit of analysis is the transformation of a country's economy from, mainly, a subsistence agriculture to a modern, urbanized manufacturing and service prescriptions resulting from structuralist thinking include major.
Downloadable. The article focuses on Leontief’s structural interdependence theory and its recent developments and applications.
Fabbrini traces out the origin of this new field of research and provides a rich review of the literature available at that time. In particular the Author discusses the relative merits and limitations of the models based on open and closed matrixes respectively. Authors. Interdependence theory was first introduced by Harold Kelley and John Thibaut in in their book, The Social Psychology of Groups.
This book drew inspiration from social exchange theory and game theory, and provided key definitions and concepts instrumental to the development of the interdependence their second book, Interpersonal Relations:.
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The main focus is on the reciprocal interactions between agricultural development and the expansion of manufacturing and other non-farm sectors. Three conditioning factors are believed to be fundamental to an Cited by: Economic interdependence is a relationship between two or more people, regions, nations or other entities in which each is dependent on the other for various economic variables such as goods, services, currency, financial tie-ups, etc.
Economic interdependence often occurs when all parties are specialized in the fulfillment of some requirements. Interdependence and power: a conceptual analysis David A. Baldwin Priority in the use of a novel meaning of a term is no cause for pride; in fact it betrays a lack of "terminological discipline" and a want of lin- guistic inventiveness-for when a writer creates or modifies a concept heFile Size: KB.
The rapid development of Pacific Asia over the past twenty years offers an excellent opportunity to analyze the dynamics of economic growth. Trade and Structural Change in Pacific Asiaexplores the nature and causes of changes that have occurred in the economic structure of Pacific Asia, the relationship between these changes and economic growth.
[Morse, Edward L., “Transnational Economic Processes,” pp. –] These are puzzling charges. Waltz's concept of interdependence as relations that would be mutually costly to break is simple, straightforward, and clear; it is even contained in a section subtitled “The Meaning of Interdependence.”Cited by: development and structural transformation.
The two most common measures of economic development at the aggregate level are GDP per capita and some measure of productivity (typically GDP per worker or GDP per hour,depending upon data availability),each expressed in international dollars.
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Downloadable (with restrictions). This paper presents a model of development that explicitly incorporates the interaction between rural agriculture and urban non-agriculture explored by Murata (). The increase of capital stock leads to capital intensive agriculture and the reallocation of labor from agriculture to non-agriculture.
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Overseas Development Council development paper 21 (03 ); finally, it may be important to note the frequency with which the theme of interdependence appears in the Department of State document United States Foreign Policy: An Overview (Washington, D.C.: US Government Printing Office, ).Cited by:.
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Peter Timmer Keywords: Rural-Urban Productivity Gap, Agricultural Development, Agricultural Terms of Trade, Food Security, Macro Food Policy JEL classification: Q18, Q10, L66 1 C.
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The recognized purpose of any development is social investment. But human progress is not an automatic consequence of economic growth.