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Question of Global Politics and Inequality
1.What are examples of the disadvantages or costs of inequality that Beddoes mentions? Are there any other drawbacks or prices that you may mention? Explain.
2. What are some of the advantages or advantages of inequality that Beddoes mentions? Are there any other advantages or benefits that you may mention? Explain.
3. For within-country inequality, draw, name, and explain the Kuznets curve (see From U to N explanation on page 3-4). Make sure the x and y axes are labeled. Now add the italics n piece that Beddoes specified, name the years when this shift occurred, and explain what it means.
4. What are Beddoes’ preferred responses to inequity? What solutions, if any, do you prefer (note: you can choose from the several suggested by Beddoes or provide your own or ones not listed by Beddoes)? Explain.
1. How does Rostow explain the transition from one stage of economic growth to the next?
2. Do you find Rostow’s Stages of Growth compelling, to the best of your knowledge? Do you suppose Rostow has overlooked any key considerations? Explain.
1. What is/are Andre Gunder Frank’s primary critique(s) of Rostow’s Stages of Economic Growth? Do you think Frank’s criticisms are valid? Explain.
1. According to Escobar, what epochs, events, or practices best define the historical relationship between the “first” and “third” worlds in the most brief way possible?
2. What are some of the interests that influence first-world development and economic intervention policies and practices, according to Escobar? To put it another way, is third-world development a matter of charity and benevolence, or are there other economic, social, or political interests at stake? Explain.