The Myth of Development: The Non-Viable Economies of the 21st Century (Global Issues Series)

The Myth of Development: The Non-Viable Economies of the 21st Century (Global Issues Series) This Provocative Book Asks Readers To Be Politically Realistic About What Is Happening To The Overwhelming Majority Of People In Third World Countries With Three Exceptions Singapore, South Korea, And Taiwan , Development Has Not Come A Myriad Of People In Feeble Infant States Have Been Born Children Of Self Determination, But Not Of Economic And Scientific Progress State Driven, Communist, And Neo Liberal Development Models Have Failed Most Of These People The Large Majority Of Third World Countries Are Only Mistakenly Called Developing They Are Not Actually In The Process Of Becoming Newly Industrialized Countries NIC S , But Non Viable National Economies NNE S This Book Explores The Option Of Replacing The Wealth Of Nations Agenda With A Survival Of Nations Agenda In Order To Prevent Increasing Social And Political Disorders, The Author Argues That Many Countries With Primary Production And Explosive Urban Growth Will Have To Abandon Dreams Of Development To Adopt A Policy Of National Survival Based On The Search For Water, Food, And Energy Security And The Stabilization Of Their Populations

Ambassador Oswaldo de Rivero is a retired Peruvian diplomat He served as permanent representative to the United Nations in New York City, and had previously held the post as Peru s ambassador to the World Trade Organization.

➷ [Reading] ➹ The Myth of Development: The Non-Viable Economies of the 21st Century (Global Issues Series) By Oswaldo De Rivero ➬ – Ultimatetrout.info
  • Paperback
  • 224 pages
  • The Myth of Development: The Non-Viable Economies of the 21st Century (Global Issues Series)
  • Oswaldo De Rivero
  • English
  • 28 October 2017
  • 9781856499491

10 thoughts on “The Myth of Development: The Non-Viable Economies of the 21st Century (Global Issues Series)

  1. says:

    185 140 4 24 1648 38 2020 6.6 8 3 .

  2. says:

    .

  3. says:

    The Myth of Development .

  4. says:

    2008 .

  5. says:

    .

  6. says:

    A grossly exaggerated account of why Development may be a dream never to be attained by most developing countries.Rivero s book consists of vague and sensational statements He does no care to delve into any of the topics he addresses and he barely scrapes the surface of what promised for an interesting discussion Overall, unconvincing weak, though easy to read.

  7. says:

    .

  8. says:

    Eye opening

  9. says:

    Excellent political analysis of the development paradigm and the power dynamics associated with it.

  10. says:

    2011 245 1980 .

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *