Korean and Latin American Economics Comparison Essay by The Research Group

Korean and Latin American Economics
Examines and compares development, industrialization, history, role of governmrnt, politics, theory, liberalization, exports, culture and the future.
# 14173 | 4,950 words | 12 sources | 1999 | US


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"The most fundamental global social and economic issue of the 21st century is likely to be the same as it has been for much of the 20th century, namely how the world's poor nations and regions can match the general level of economic development that characterizes the world's rich nations. In the 19th century and the the first half of the 20th, a profound gulf opened between the industrialized societies, all of which were at that time European or settled by Europeans, and the rest of the world's peoples, who remained in a largely agrarian, premodern economic regime.

Japan was the first nonwestern society to become first a political Great Power, and by the 1960s an emergent economic Great Power as well. In the course of the 20th century, several Latin American countries also reached an intermediate level of ..."

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