Tractorization in the United States and its relevance for the developing countries by Nicholas Peter Sargen

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  • United States,
  • Developing countries.


  • Farm mechanization -- United States -- History.,
  • Diffusion of innovations -- United States -- History.,
  • Tractors.,
  • Farm mechanization -- Developing countries.

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Book details

StatementNicholas Peter Sargen.
SeriesOutstanding dissertations in economics
LC ClassificationsHD1459 .S27 1979
The Physical Object
Paginationxvi, 280 p. :
Number of Pages280
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4751877M
ISBN 100824041283
LC Control Number78075050

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Hughes and D. Newbery, ‘Protection and Developing Countries’ Exports of Manufacturers,’ Economic Policy, I () pp. –The former include countries with manufactured export growth rates in excess of average growth rates by the NICs during the s; the latter include countries with populations in excess of 10 million and per capita incomes of at least $ in Cited by: 2 THE DYNAMICS OF SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT Approachestodevelopment In discussions of development issues two general approaches can be distin-guished(seeMyint,): 1.

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Low levels of File Size: KB. countries have increased their spending.4 One decade earlier, the United States ranked sixth in the world.5 To maintain its place at the cutting edge of innovation and promote long-term economic growth, the United States must rededicate itself to fostering research and development.

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If so, how long. Sustainable development has been approached from many viewpoints over the past 15 years without a concise or precise definition of what sustainable development really stands for. James has solicited contributions from an international group of experts who write about aspects of sustainable development from many different disciplines.

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industry in developing countries, especially Africa, has shown rather disappointing trends. First, the performance of Africa’s industrial sector in terms of growth and structural change has been poor relative to other regions (Riddell, ).

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per capita GDP growing just one percentage point per year faster than Mexico over the last two centuries" (Van den Berg and Lewer 5). For most developing countries, major trade reforms and liberalization policies seem not to have eroded the abject poverty they experience with its associated impact on labour or workers.

The relationship between free trade, poverty and labour is crucial as it provides evidence on whether trade is beneficial for developing countries or otherwise. Neo-Marxist Dependency Theory.

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area (FTA) with Canada into abandon its long-standing opposition to regionalism. Or, thirdly, one could emphasize the spread of FTAs to the developing countries, the years 1 seeing important regional initiatives in the Andean Pact, Mercosur, and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations.

In any case, regionalism is with us. Despite the truth in this argument, this “mere fragment of U.S. investment at home” may be a small trivial part of the large United States economy; however, it can be a significant portion of the developing country’s economy, which can have a huge impact on the nation and its way of life (Micklethwait & Wooldridge,p.

22). Conference, consists of an analysis of the role of agriculture in the development of least-developed countries and their integration into the world economy, a summary of FAO field programmes in LDCs and a compendium of agricultural statistical indicators relevant to the LDCs.

These papers, which have been revised and edited, are being published inFile Size: KB. MNEs in developed (Tallman, ) and developing countries (Rangan & Drummond, ), as well as competition between developed and developing countries in the home markets of the latter (Dawar & Frost, ).

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