Presentation on theme: "Instructions for Playing Jeopardy"— Presentation transcript:
1Instructions for Playing Jeopardy Click on the question that you want to attempt, example $100Read the question and click on the slide to advance to the answerTo return to the main playing boardfor another question, click on the blue boxin the right had corner of the answer screen.To advance to Double Jeopardy clickPress page down to begin playing the game
29Rostow's stages of development model predicts that each country's economy will progress from high consumption to ecological sustainability.low output to high input.low per capita incomes to high per capita incomes and high consumption.high levels of pollution to efficient resource use.
30low per capita incomes to high per capita incomes and high consumption.
31The Industrial Revolution began in Germany in the 16th century.was initiated by Henry Ford.began in England in the late 18th century.reached its peak in the 1970s.
53High levels of development can be determined by measurement of access to railways, roads, airline connections, telephones, radio and television, etc. These are collectively referred to asinfrastructuredependency measures.formal economy.commodity connections.
55Dependency ratio measures: family sizepercent of the population dependent on welfarethe number of young plus the number of elderly per 100 workersaverage number of hours of work to feed a family of four
56the number of young plus the number of elderly per 100 workers
57The continuation of economic dependence even after political independence is referred to as precondition to take-off.modernization model.neocolonialism.independence movement.
60El Salvador abandoned its currency, the Colon, in favor of the U. S El Salvador abandoned its currency, the Colon, in favor of the U.S. dollar. This process is referred to asre-structuration.re-colonization.international monetizing.dollarization.
64The latest thinking among development specialist believe that progress should not come at the expense of future generations. This represents what school of thought?dependencymodernizationsustainable developmentcounterrevolution
70A school of thought that explains low development levels as being a result of the LDCs economic dependency on the MDCs. It also stressed that development be measured in terms of human welfare indicators rather than economic indicatorsmodernizationdependencyneoliberal counterrevolutionsustainable development
81A model of the economic development process over time and space that focuses on the evolving relationships between a rich, productive, innovative core region and a poor, dependent peripherysustainable developmentcore-peripherymodernizationhuman welfare indicators
85_________ take advantage of geographic differences in wages, labor laws, environmental regulations, taxes and the distribution of natural resources by locating various aspects of their production in different countries.conglomerate corporationse-businesstransnationalsservice industries
97When Alfred Weber published his book Theory of the Location of Industries (1909), what did he select as the critical determinant of regional industrial location?availability of labornearby marketscosts of labortransportation costs
107While traveling in Europe, a group of American students decided to have lunch at a McDonald's restaurant. They were amazed that the price of a Big Mac was the same in euros as it would have been in dollars in the United States. This is an example of what concept?exchange rateglobalizationpurchasing power paritytime-space compression
109What might occur at a break bulk location? goods are shipped via airdifferent goods are brought together to create another goodlarge items are packaged for shippingitems are transferred between different modes of transportation
110items are transferred between different modes of transportation
111The most efficient mode of transportation over long distances when available is: truckshipairtrain
116New York City, like other large urban centers with great ports, is called a break of bulk location becauseplentiful labor is available to unload massive cargo ships.markets are readily available for shipped goods.large dock warehouses are available where goods can be stored until sold.transported cargo can be transferred from one kind of carrier to another.
117transported cargo can be transferred from one kind of carrier to another.
118Current amounts of goods and resources moving in the global system would be impossible without the invention ofaircraft.container systems.bulk cargo ships.railroads.
137A development strategy whereby an LDC tries to develop its own industries instead of importing manufactured goods from the MDCs.structural changeimport substitutiontransition economiescircular and cumulative causation