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Class Notes for DEVT10001 at University of Melbourne

The Developing World

DEVT10001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: General Agreement On Tariffs And Trade, Invisible Hand, Uruguay Round

1. Why is trade important for development? Potentially far more valuable than aid or debt reduction Asian countries that have got richer in the last 50 years have done so by increasing production and tra...

Development Studies
DEVT10001
Elise Klein
DEVT10001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Free Trade, Debt Service Ratio, Conditionality

Consequences of Colonialism Q1) Can we continue to regard the common colonial past as an enduring feature of developing countries today? Depopulation - Massacres, impoverishment, famine, disease Colonia...

Development Studies
DEVT10001
Elise Klein
DEVT10001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Informal Sector, Ambivalence, Loan

Emerging economies of the Global South (BRICS) BRICS: The Origins Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa - they represent the shift in econ power from developed to developing countries. ...

Development Studies
DEVT10001
Elise Klein
DEVT10001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Pranab Mukherjee, Second Opium War, Lin Zexu

Colonial Rule in Asia 1. Asia prior to European expansionism Dominated by large and powerful empires - Mongol Empire in C. Asia, 13th-14thC - Chinese Empire in E. Asia, 15thC - Ottoman Empire in W...

Development Studies
DEVT10001
Elise Klein
DEVT10001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Primitive Accumulation Of Capital, How Europe Underdeveloped Africa, Chain Reaction

Recap: Primitive Accumulation: - Relationship bet capitalism and colonialism - Plunder and exploitation across LA - Continuing today - example indigenous people and mining Pre-capitalist / Pre-colonial...

Development Studies
DEVT10001
Elise Klein
DEVT10001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Maya Civilization, Encomienda, Ansi C

Conquest and Colonization of Latin America RECAP: Colonialism direct political control of a territory and its people by a foreign state, sometimes accompanied by a permanent settlement or not (Bernstein 2000, p.242) e...

Development Studies
DEVT10001
Elise Klein
DEVT10001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Mercantilism, Labour Power, Sustainable Development Goals

01/03/17 An Introduction to the Developing World Required Reading: Bernstein, H. (2000), Colonialism, capitalism, development, chapter 11 in T. Allen & A. Thomas, Poverty and Development into the 21st Century, Oxford: Oxf...

Development Studies
DEVT10001
Elise Klein
DEVT10001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Intersubjectivity, Quit India Movement, New International Economic Order

Decolonisation and the Consequences of Colonialism Decolonization: an analytical framework The disintegration of an empire always has two components - a demand by the subject people for independence and the inability or ...

Development Studies
DEVT10001
Elise Klein

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