2 edition of System, process and the politics of economic development. found in the catalog.
System, process and the politics of economic development.
David E. Apter
|Series||Research and Training Program for Comparative Developmental Studies -- Reprint no. 224|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||158|
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Oxford Review of Economic Policy, Vol Number 2,pp– The political economy of development: an assessment Christopher Adam∗ and Stefan Dercon∗∗ Abstract Research in the ﬁeld of economic development is increasingly engaged with questions of political economy, of how political choices, institutional structures, and forms of governance inﬂuence the economic.
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Executive power is exercised by the government. Legislative power is vested in both the government and the two People's Representative Councils. evidence on the relationship between economic development and political factors. Determinants of economic development have been variously classified and studied.
With regard to the role of political factors in the process of development, the interest has greatly in-creased since the emergence of the many new nations. Various. This article explores the role of the financial sector for economic growth, the causes and consequences of financial fragility, and the politics behind financial deepening and fragility.
In doing so, it identifies the critical role of the financial sector within capitalist economies, a role with bright and dark sides. Specifically, it surveys the large theoretical and empirical literature that Cited by: Normal majority-rule politics, such as bargaining over distributive and monetary policies, generate instability and frequently undermine economic development.
Above Politics argues that bureaucracies can contribute to stability and economic development, but only if they are insulated from unstable by: E.J. Blakely, R.J. Milano, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, Community economic development is a branch of local economic development.
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There is little that has been left out; indeed, it can be safely said that, whatever is absolutely needed is there. The book discusses the origins of economic systems and the development of both capitalism and socialism from earlier economic systems.
The conflicting ideas of the two systems are compared and evaluated, as well as how each system has actually performed in practice. Economic development, political-economic system, and the physical quality of life. This study compared capitalist and socialist countries in measures of the physical quality of life (PQL), taking into account the level of economic development.
The World Bank was the principal source of statistical data for countries (97 per cent of the.In ‘The Theory of Economic Development’ and all of Schumpeter’s subsequent seminal books, one of the most important aspects of the analysis is the distinction between exogenous and endogenous factors of the economic system.
This perspective allows analysis of economic phenomena through economic factors and maintains aFile Size: KB.The thesis expounded here does not pay even lip service to the sequential development of 'economy first and democracy later'. Instead it suggests paternalistic authoritarianism tempered by nominal democratic institutions such as elections, as a permanent political system.
The political economy of development here has politics in undisputed command.