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Modernization, the state, and regional disparity in developing countries

Tunisia in historical perspective, 1881-1982

by E. Moudoud

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Published by Westview Press in Boulder, Colo .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Tunisia
    • Subjects:
    • Economic development,
    • Tunisia -- Economic conditions -- 1956- -- Regional disparities,
    • Tunisia -- Dependency on foreign countries

    • Edition Notes

      StatementEzzeddine Moudoud.
      SeriesWestview special studies on Africa
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHC820 .M68 1989
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxviii, 229 p. :
      Number of Pages229
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2058893M
      ISBN 100813377099
      LC Control Number88038119


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Intra-state Disparity: Intrastate disparity refers Modernization disparity within the state. Intra-regional disparities in development can be identified through macro indicators of development, allocation of resources, quality of governance, agrarian structure, income and consumption patterns and estimates of poverty.

Rural-urban disparity: Rural-urban File Size: KB. In addition, modernization in contemporary developing countries, profoundly influenced by globalization, is fundamentally different from how the West was industrialized, which to a large extent Author: Wen Tiejun.

The first International Modernization Forum (IMF): "Modernization and Global Change", was held in Beijing on August 8 and 9, Members of the scientific advisory committee of the forum come from 12 countries including the Czech Republic, Finland, Germany, Italy, Korea Republic, the Netherlands, P.R.

China, Poland, Romania, the Russian Federation (RF), the United Kingdom, and. Theories of Development Bubaker F. Shareia Associate Professor Department of Accounting Faculty of Economics University of Benghazi Libya Abstract The aim of this paper is to provide an understanding of the role of accounting information system (AIS) in developing countries in a global economy.

It extends this argument to developing countries. creation, possibly retarding development. Looking at the wider regional structure, development can be associated with large shifts in the location of activity as industry goes from being inward looking to being export oriented. Key Words: cities, spatial disparities, urbanisation, developing countries.

JEL classification: R1, R12, O Modernization suseptible to change due to developing nations taking on new economic trades (oil-producing gulfs) and newly industrialized countries (NICs) -Has many different forms and gives and takes valuable points from modernization theory and marxist-inspired theory.

Regional disparity is closely related to the urban–rural disparity. In advanced regions, urbanization levels are high, while in backward regions the urbanization level is relatively low.

Frequently subjected to and regional disparity in developing countries book restrictions, rural–urban migration is a common phenomenon in developing by: Income Inequality in Developing Countries Baindu Banya '95 Illinois Wesleyan University This Article is brought to you for free and open access by The Ames Library, the Andrew W.

Mellon Center for Curricular and Faculty And regional disparity in developing countries book, the Office of the Provost and the Office of the President. It has been accepted for the state in Digital Commons.

Modernization, The State, And Regional Disparity In Developing Countries: Tunisia In Historical Perspective, Ezzeddine Moudoud This book provides a historical context for understanding why regional disparities emerged in Tunisia and why reducing those disparities has been so : Terry Lynn Karl.

Economic disparity between developed and developing countries has reached a new height and is still growing. ECONOMIC HARDSHIPS Recent figures show that the per capita income of the highest income country is times greater than that of the lowest income country.

Hence, all countries do not progress similarly. From the s to the s the state played a large role in promoting industrialization in developing countries, following the idea of modernization theory.

This period was followed by a brief period of basic needs development focusing on human capital development and redistribution in the s. A large chunk of resources in developing countries was eaten up by debt servicing and repayment, which further weakened the capacity of these countries to invest in development.

Which of the following is a general term for economic development models which assume that 1) all countries are capable of developing economically in the same way and 2) economic disparities between countries and regions are the result of short-term inefficiencies in local or regional market forces.

The economic situation which exists in the developing world today, is the result of the relationship between the modern, and developing nations of the world. Modernized nations benefited from this relationship because it gave them access to natural resources.

However, because of this relationship, many developing nations now suffer from severe problems. These nations are. In such a way, this theory views modernization of socio-economic and political life of developing countries on the basis of the example of western countries as the only possible solution of the problem of backwardness of poor countries since western way of development is, according to Modernization theory, is the only correct way to prosperity.

The regional disparity caused by decentralization policy in developing countries ―A case study of road management systems under the implementation of the local government code in the Philippines― KAINUMA Emi* Key words:Decentralization, Local governance, Road.

The Modernization Of Poverty book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Start by marking “The Modernization Of Poverty: A Study In The Political Economy Of Growth In Nine Arab Countries ” as Want to Read: Want to Read saving Trivia About The Modernization No trivia or quizzes : Chapter Exam.

What term refers to an international economic order based on the pursuit of free trade, but allowing an appropriate role for state intervention in the market in support of national security and national and global stability.

According to modernization theory, countries with lower per capita income are seen as _____. The General Agreement on Trade in Services (GATS) provides for a liberalization of trade in services making specific provisions on developing countries, a.k.a.

the enabling clause. The clause is intended to offer ‘protection’ for developing countries but it mostly offers the legal precedent for regional trade agreements among LDCs.

Social Cohesion for Stronger Communities project. This framework is the foundational layer for the Social Cohesion Mainstreaming course that was designed to support the roll out of social cohesion trainings for government, ethnic armed organisations and civil society organizations across six states in Size: KB.

Modernization theory is a theory that arise because of the reality gap between the economic life of the state in the country producing agricultural output (agricultural country) and industrial goods-producing countries (industrialized countries) are embracing the concept of the international division of labor.

Development Disparity and North-East Region. Saswati Choudhury & Ratna Bhuyan. Introduction. Regional disparities in development are a ubiquitous phenomenon across both developed and developing countries.

Disparity, inter- regional and intra- regional, is partly due to resource endowments and partly due to policy framework and execution. The prevalence of regional disparities is a common phenomenon and present in both developed and developing countries.

Even the richest country of the world, U.S.A., has the problem of unbalanced regional development and many small and rich countries (such as Italy and France) and socialist countries such as Russia and China are also faced with.

Modernization theory also argues that the developing countries should get out of their traditional practices, and adopt new modern values of the developed world. This argument is indeed controversial for the cultural and religious scientists, but it suggest the way to become a develop country.

Conclusion There exist certain similarities between modernization and dependency theories regarding. „Regional disparity means unbalanced spatial structures in some region or in different regions “.

„Regional disparities are manifested in different conditions of life as well as in unequal economic and development potential. Contrast between city and rural area can be also understood as a File Size: 2MB. Global health equity strategists have previously focused much on differences across countries.

At first glance, the global health gap appears to result primarily from disparities between the developing and developed regions. We examine how much of this disparity could be attributed to within-country disparities in developing nations.

We used data from Demographic and Health Surveys Cited by: the weakening role of the state in educational provision and the disparity between rural and urban areas are key issues facing China’s education policy following the economic Chinese Education Policy in the Context of Decentralization and Marketization: Evolution File Size: KB.

Hučka [3] define disparity as variance, respectively inequality of characters, phenomena of processes, whose identification and comparison has some rational sense (identification, psychological, social, economic and political).

The notion „regional disparity“ can be Author: Lucie Vrtěnová, Martin Sobotka, Lada Malá. Firstly, some sociologists use a theory of development and modernization to argue that poor nations remain poor because they hold onto traditional attitudes and beliefs, technologies and institutions, such as traditional economic systems and forms of government.

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The modernization of poverty: A study in the political economy of growth in nine Arab countries (SocialAuthor: Galal A Amin. Dependency, During the s and s, Latin American dependency theorists produced an important challenge to modernization and growth theories of development. Economic Development, Economic development, generally speaking, is a process of change that is focused on the betterment of the community, state, and/or nation.

Defining e Developing Countries, Developing countries are nations. Development Doctrine and Modernization Theory. Nick Cullather.

Modernization theory, sometimes called development doctrine, supplied the working concepts through which the United States understood its obligations to unindustrialized, newly independent nations in the last half of the twentieth century.

Described as both an ideology and a discourse, modernization comprised a changeable set of. Analyzing Girls’ Access to Education in Afghanistan: A Tale of Gender Disparity Mallory Walton Introduction. Since western forces toppled the Taliban regime in Afghanistan as a result of “Operation Enduring Freedom,” a lot of credit has been claimed by the West for building educational infrastructure and increasing the number of girls enrolled in school.

Regional Disparities: The Canadian Case in the Theoretical Context Gabriel Lipshitz Department of Geography Bar-Ilan University Israel The economic growth or decline in many countries is spread unequally over the regions of the country.

In most countries, national. Note The relative size of the GDP per capita was calculated with the United States as the reference country (US = 1). Then, the growth rates for –95 and for – were calculated on the basis of the relative size of each country.

Sources Calculated from the GDP data (constant U.S. dollars) extracted from the WDI database; data on Taiwan (at market prices for and at Author: Keiichi Tsunekawa, Yasuyuki Todo.Public health has been defined as "the science and art of preventing disease”, prolonging life and improving quality of life through organized efforts and informed choices of society, organizations, public and private, communities and individuals".

Analyzing the determinants of health of a population and the threats it faces is the basis for public health.Conclusion: Under-five mortality disparities within developing countries account for roughly half of the global gap between developed and developing countries. Thus, within-country inequities deserve as much consideration as do inequalities between the world's developing and developed by: