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Anforme Economic Development 6th Edition

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  • Product Reference: 978-1-78014-003-2

Publication Date: January 2014

This edition is in A4 format and contains 104 pages. It is written in 22 easy to understand units covering the whole range of economic development issues with a full range of charts, figures and photos. There is also a very useful glossary of over 100 development terms. The contents are as follows:


Section A:

An introduction to economic development Unit 1:   Introducing development and the Millennium Development Goals
Unit 2:   The classification and measurement of development
Unit 3:   Similarities and differences between developing countries
Unit 4:   The relevance of history and geography to development

 

Section B:
Development - theories and strategies
Unit 5:   The economics of growth
Unit 6:   Economic structure
Unit 7:   The Rostow and Lewis Models
Unit 8:   Agriculture
Unit 9:   Industrialisation
Unit 10: Tourism
Unit 11: The role of markets in development
Unit 12: Relations between developed and developing nations

 

Section C:
Population and the environment

Unit 13:     Population growth
Unit 14:     Migration
Unit 15:     Sustainable development and the environment
Unit 16:     Disease

Section D:
International trade and finance

Unit 17:     Trade and development
Unit 18:     Balance of payments disequilibria
Unit 19:     Debt relief and foreign aid problems
Unit 20:     Multinational companies and development
Unit 21:     Foreign aid
Unit 22:     Development and international economic institutions

 

Appendix: Differential development amongst developed nations (with specific reference to the EU and the UK)

 

Glossary

 

Peter Cramp is Head of Economics, Nottingham High School.

 


Publication Date: January 2014

This edition is in A4 format and contains 104 pages. It is written in 22 easy to understand units covering the whole range of economic development issues with a full range of charts, figures and photos. There is also a very useful glossary of over 100 development terms. The contents are as follows:


Section A:

An introduction to economic development Unit 1:   Introducing development and the Millennium Development Goals
Unit 2:   The classification and measurement of development
Unit 3:   Similarities and differences between developing countries
Unit 4:   The relevance of history and geography to development

 

Section B:
Development - theories and strategies
Unit 5:   The economics of growth
Unit 6:   Economic structure
Unit 7:   The Rostow and Lewis Models
Unit 8:   Agriculture
Unit 9:   Industrialisation
Unit 10: Tourism
Unit 11: The role of markets in development
Unit 12: Relations between developed and developing nations

 

Section C:
Population and the environment

Unit 13:     Population growth
Unit 14:     Migration
Unit 15:     Sustainable development and the environment
Unit 16:     Disease

Section D:
International trade and finance

Unit 17:     Trade and development
Unit 18:     Balance of payments disequilibria
Unit 19:     Debt relief and foreign aid problems
Unit 20:     Multinational companies and development
Unit 21:     Foreign aid
Unit 22:     Development and international economic institutions

 

Appendix: Differential development amongst developed nations (with specific reference to the EU and the UK)

 

Glossary

 

Peter Cramp is Head of Economics, Nottingham High School.

 


ISBN: 978-1-78014-003-2

Publication Date: January 2014

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