2 edition of Observations on some patterns of economic development found in the catalog.
Observations on some patterns of economic development
U. Aye Hlaing
1961 by Departments of Economics, Statistics and Commerce, University of Rangoon in [Rangoon] .
Written in English
|Statement||by U Aye Hlaing. State investment in Burma railways, 1874-1914 / by Maung Shein.|
|Series||Economics research project : economic paper ;, no. 9-10|
|LC Classifications||MLCM 99/02469 (H)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||56 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||56|
|LC Control Number||98168441|
Notwithstanding its limitations, the HDI is particularly relevant to developing countries, where the basic dimensions depicted by the three indicators have not yet been fully accomplished. This close inter-dependence is readily visible, for example, where heavy flooding, soil erosion and coastal siltation occur as a result of indiscriminate deforestation thereby destroying the fragile ecosystems of lagoons and mangrove swamps. In government structure Economic development ED is seen both as a policy and a profession. With a background spanning the business, nonprofit and academic sectors, she has deep experience developing strategies, managing, and evaluating development projects and organizations throughout Africa, Asia and Latin America. But more commonly used criteria of economic development are increase in national income, per capita real income, comparative concept, standard of living and economic welfare of the community etc. Export incentives provided by Fiji to boost export-oriented manufacturing are particularly liberal and appear to have succeeded in their objectives, especially in relation to the export of garments.
The Marxist scholar Ernest Mandel revived interest in long-wave theory with his essay predicting the end of the long boom after five years and in his Alfred Marshall lectures in As well hinterland encompasses all natural lands even those in protected status. One of the most interesting conclusions concerns the inability of most countries to turn the higher educational skills of the population into greater economic performance over time. Indiscriminate logging has caused serious environmental damage — soil erosion, silting of rivers and lagoons, and impairment of water catchment areas.
It will be useful to students and scholars of economics and management. Many have been forced to migrate to other rural areas, the urban fringes or cities in search of work, leading to further alienation. You are not authenticated to view the full text of this chapter or article. This has raised the economic lot of the people.
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You are not authenticated to view the full text of this chapter or article. The resource base of the middle-level island countries, such as Western Samoa and Tonga, is more modest, while the very small countries have extremely limited resources, largely restricted to the fisheries potential contained in their Exclusive Economic Zones EEZs.
These countries contribute close to 80 per cent of total regional exports, with Papua New Guinea accounting for around 50 per cent of this total, Observations on some patterns of economic development book Caledonia 20 per cent and Fiji around 13 per cent. Furthermore, logging has taken place without regard for the sustainability of the resource, thereby undermining longer- term growth prospects.
Compared with other developing countries, Pacific island countries have made notable progress in education, health and related social services. In the words of Prof. Subsequent analysis concentrated on output. Economic Developer Executives can use this book as a desk reference in their office.
Mineral and agricultural-based products are dominant by far, while the export production Observations on some patterns of economic development book technically sophisticated manufactures is very limited.
Most of these countries have achieved near universal adult literacy, high primary school enrolment rates, and many have succeeded in extending life expectancy typically to the high 60s and reducing infant mortality rates as low as 23 per 1, live births in Tonga. In a simple way, from comparative concept, we can ascertain how much the economic development has been attained in a country.
This statement implies that the national accounting framework should be expanded so that it considers both certain costs i. Also the concept of welfare is subjective in nature which cannot be measured. Recently, in fact, Marchante and Ortegain a study conducted to measure the quality of life and economic convergence across Spanish regions, have used an alternative augmented composite indicator AHDI in the context of HDI.
For example, railways only started in the s, with steady growth for the next 45 years. Moreover, in poor countries, propensity to consume is already high and stern efforts are made to reduce superfluous consumption in order to encourage savings and capital formation.
However, apart from the dominant re-export element, which probably includes the transhipment of fish products for processing at regional canneries, the main products involved include the shipment of sugar and a range of manufactured items from Fiji to island neighbours, and mainly fresh produce from Western to American Samoa.
Received Dec 9; Accepted Mar 9. Over the past decade, export performance among the Pacific island countries has been mixed, but generally disappointing.
Comparative Concept: Economic development is a comparative concept and it can easily be understood and measured. With a background spanning the business, nonprofit and academic sectors, she has deep experience developing strategies, managing, and evaluating development projects and organizations throughout Africa, Asia and Latin America.
Regional cooperation is relatively advanced in the South Pacific and regional organisations, led by the South Pacific Forum and the South Pacific Commission, provide a forum for political, economic, social and cultural cooperation. While more focused on management of organizations than macro economic issues, this short and easy to read monograph suggests a roadmap of how those interested in addressing issues of poverty should pursue these efforts.
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