Uneven Development in the Third World: A Study of China and by A. S. Bhalla

By A. S. Bhalla

Half 1 improvement concepts: improvement innovations and results; idea and size of asymmetric advancements; asymmetric advancements in China and India; linkages and sectoral interdependence. half 2 improvement results: improvement end result - development; improvement results - inequalities; sessions, expertise and entry; entry to overall healthiness companies; entry to schooling; political financial system of improvement.

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For a general discussion and critique of the rural-urban concept, see John Harriss and Mick Moore (eds), 'Special Issue on Development and the Rural-Urban Divide', The Journal of Development Studies, April 1984. Ashoka Mody, 'Rural Resource Generation and Mobilisation' Economic and Political Weekly, Annual Number, vol. XVII, nos 19--21, 1983. ), China's Rural Institutions and the Question of Transferability, Oxford, Pergamon Press, 1980. For example, S. Amin, Unequal Development, New York, Monthly Review Press, 1976; Imperialism and Unequal Development, New York, Monthly Review Press, 1977; and A.

R. Kanbur, 'The Kuznets Process and the Inequality-Development Relationship', Discussion Paper No. 249, Economics Department, Essex University, August 1984; and 'Inequality and Development - A Critique', paper presented at the 25th Anniversary Symposium of the Economic Growth Center, Yale University, 11-13 April, 1986. Also see N. Stern, 'The Economics of Development - A Survey', Economic Journal, September 1989. 11. Keith Griffin and Azizur Rehman Khan, 'Poverty in the World: Ugly Facts and Fancy Models', World Development, March 1978.

Relate only to the industrial sector. 1 Under the circumstances, in the absence of anything better, we assume that these price indices are also applicable to other sectors. The estimates based on the Y IL index and the Lardy index are not always consistent; but there seems to be no a priori reason to expect complete consistency between very different measures. In the case of China both the Y/L index and the Lardy index are declining over time although the latter rises slightly for 1979-85. Does this suggest that China has moved from a stage of unbalanced development to that of balanced development?

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