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INR Notes 3/21/16

by: Kalie Maniglia

INR Notes 3/21/16 INR2001

Kalie Maniglia
Introduction to International Relations
Nolan,Richard Anthony

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Introduction to International Relations
Nolan,Richard Anthony
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Date Created: 03/23/16
INR2001 32116 Third World in Global Economy 0 O O O O HDI Human Development Index Score between 01 0 lowest 1 highest Compares overall quality of life across many countries Not only in comparison to the US Components Incomeper capita GDPPPP can have better HDI but low income 0 Life expectancylongevity health carenutrition Average years of schoolingknowledge reveals gender bias in countries 0 Adult literacy Per capita GDPPPP value of income in relation to the United States as the standard Development complicated and hard to understand exactly There are many measurements that go into calculating development Population growth rate is 3 times more in the Global south Means a larger youth bulge Puts pressure on environment if there are more people Access to food is affected Unemployment rates go up 45 of world39s country and people in the Global South UNCTAD amp Group of 77 O O O O 0 Third world is held in dependency to Global North because it bene ted the Global North Forcing concessions from the Global North Demanding shift in focus to Global South issues Problems created by dominance of Global North Global North said they were doing it wrong corruption interference instability Failure of UNCTAD and G77 prompted the declaration of NIEO Primary product dependency Third world are primary producers of primary Un nished mostly including agricultural production or cheap commodities quotCommodity Powerquot Determined by the necessity and price of the commodity Thought they would be able to come together to gain power through exporting essential commodities oil 0 New international Division of Labor more labor shifting towards Global South but not spread evenly Development FDl


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