This collection draws together a distinguished group of authors to explore how capitalism contributes to the development and underdevelopment of the Third World. It provides a superb overview of key concepts such as ""capitalism"", ""development"",""modernization"" and ""dependency"".
Book Cover; Title; Contents; List of figures; List of tables; List of contributors; Preface; DEVELOPMENT: LODESTAR OR ILLUSION?; DEMOCRACY AND DEVELOPMENT: DECONSTRUCTION AND DEBATES; AGRARIAN CLASSES IN CAPITALIST DEVELOPMENT; CAPITALIST DEVELOPMENT IN THE NICs; CONFUCIANISM AND CAPITALIST DEVELOPMENT IN EAST ASIA; 'GENDER' AND GLOBAL CAPITALISM; DEVELOPMENT AND THE ENVIRONMENT: MANAGING THE CONTRADICTIONS?; CAPITALISM, GLOBAL HUMANE DEVELOPMENT AND THE OTHER UNDERDEVELOPMENT; CAPITALISM AND DEVELOPMENT IN GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE; UNEVEN DEVELOPMENT AND THE TEXTILES AND CLOTHING INDUSTRY
CAPITALISM, DEVELOPMENT AND GLOBAL COMMODITY CHAINSTOURISM, CAPITALISM AND DEVELOPMENT IN LESS DEVELOPED COUNTRIES; ELECTRONICS INDUSTRIES AND THE DEVELOPING WORLD: UNEVEN CONTRIBUTIONS AND UNCERTAIN PROSPECTS; JAPANESE MULTINATIONALS AND EAST ASIAN DEVELOPMENT: THE CASE OF THE AUTOMOBILE INDUSTRY; CAPITALISM, AGRICULTURE AND WORLD ECONOMY; GENDER RELATIONS, CAPITALISM AND THIRD WORLD INDUSTRIALIZATION; Author index; Subject index
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