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POL2 204 Fall 2011
Traditional Undeveloped Pre-Industrial Developed Underdeveloped Development Underdevelopment State 1 ProcessState 2 The Great Divergence The Global Gap Industrial Revolution Colonialism Decolonization
The Three Main Historical “Paths” in the Processes of Development & Underdevelopment Note: Years are approximate beginning and ending points Prof. William A. Joseph / Wellesley College
Gregory Clark, A Farewell To Alms: A Brief Economic History of the World (2007) c. 1770
"The Day the World Took Off, Part 2. Wheeling and Dealing"
Angus Maddison, "The Contours of World Development," ch. 1 in The World Economy: A Millennial Perspective (2001).
THE GREAT DIVERGENCE
Zheng He 郑和 ( )
Zheng He 郑和 ( )
*Adapted from **law.jrank.org/pages/7483/Immediate-Cause.html Three levels of causation immediate cause ** The final act in a series of provocations leading to a particular result or event, directly producing such result without the intervention of any further provocation. proximate cause * An act from which [an outcome] results as a... direct, uninterrupted consequence and without which [it would] not have occurred...It is not necessarily the closest cause in time or space nor the first event that sets in motion a sequence of events leading to an outcome. ultimate cause The most fundamental explanation for an outcome; the deepest root of what is being explained; the true origins of something.
ULTIMATE CAUSE PROXIMATE CAUSES IMMEDIATE CAUSES THE GLOBAL GAP
SUSTAINING FACTORS e.g. governance; culture; global economy & institutions The Global Gap IMMEDIATE FACTORS From Guns, Germs, and Steel: The Fates of Human Societies by Jared Diamond, 87. Colonialism, Industrial Revolution