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ISI
-economic policy
-country reduces its foreign dependency through local production of industrial products
-adopted in many Latin American countries
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Policies in other countries to open their markets to local products and prevent
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x This is especially true in developing countries like India where half of the children are
malnourished
x The more people there are the more raw materials are required to sustain them
x Developing nations consume more than their land can support
x Significance: over-population puts a country under a huge strain to sustain it and can
lead to environmental degradation and loss of resource base.
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x Poverty Reduction Strategy Papers
x Prepared by member states through domestic stakeholders +World Bank + IMF
x Updated every three years with annual reports
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x Critics argue that PRSP criteria are used to impose neo-liberal policies that tend to
increase poverty rather than decreasing it
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EOI
-also called Export Substitution Industrialization
-economic policy used to speed-up industrialization by exporting foods that the country
Has a comparative advantage in
-usually an exchange where domestic markets are open to foreign companies in exchange
For market access in other countries
-includes; reduced tariff barriers, floating exchange rate (devaluation of currency
Facilitates exports) and government support
-EOI characteristic of economic development of the Asian Tigers (Hong Kong, South
Korea, Taiwan and Singapore) after WWII
-significance - EOI increases market sensitivity to external forces and is responsible for
the damage done by the 1998 economic crisis to the countries who used the
policy; it is also criticized for lack of product diversity making economies
unstable
*Over-Consumption
x Over-consumption can lead to environmental degradation and eventual los of resource base
x
Bretton Woods
x A 1944 agreement made in Bretton Woods, New Hampshire
x Helped establish a fixed exchange rate in terms of gold for major currencies
x The IMF was also established at this time
x Four major institutions where formed
o GATT t regulate international trade
x Now known as WTO
o UN t forum through which international decisions were to be made
o World Bank and IMF
x Lead to formation of international financial institutions (IFIs) for the development of finace and
policy
x Significance t idea behind the conference was to encourage open markets
*East Asian Miracle
x Refers to the economic success of Hong Kong, Singapore, Taiwan and South Korea
x These countries are newly industrialized and have gone through high growth rates and
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x All four countries have become advanced economies with high income economies.
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x Significance: the East Asian Mirical is seen as an inspiration for developing countries
who seek the smae economic success and international acceptance and a platform for
other developing countries
*Debt Crisis
World Bank
x Fact: one of the institutions created at the Breton Woods conference in 1944
x Strict adherence to economic orthodoxy and the Washington Consensus
x Criticisms
o Tools of US policy
o Lack of accountability/transparency
o Neoliberal vision for development
o Uneven representation
x Banks plans based on poverty reduction strategies
x Significance t the World Bank develops strategies unique to each country by analysing the
countries financial and economic situation
Developmental State
- hard state
-state-led macroeconomic planning in East Asia in the late twentieth century
-model of capitalism; state is more independent political power and control over the
economy
-characterized by; strong state intervention, extensive regulation and planning
-a development state intervenes more directly in economy to promote growth of new
industries and to reduce disruption from shifts in investments and profits
-fact: In Japan, little government ownership of industry but private sector is guided and
restricted by unelected government elites; who have the freedom to plan the
economy without being influenced by the Corporate-class or working class.
-Significance - In states late to industrialize, the state was the drive to industrialize and
took on the development functions and produce a different kind of business-
government relationships.
*Lost Decade
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