Developmentalism

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Developmentalism Strengths and Weaknesses (Wakako, Jose, Sheena and Sarah)
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Developmentalism

  1. 1. Developmentalism
  2. 2. What is Developmentalism?• A Post-World War 2 economic theory• Thinking Style: "Developmentalist"• "Developmental States"• Optimistic: World Economic Success• Government focuses on development• Very linear
  3. 3. Main Ideologies and Beliefs ofDevelopmentalismThere are 4 main that are included behind the theory of Developmentalism• First - Performance of a nations economy is the central source of justice that a regime may claim.• Second - Governmental authority used to spread the risks associated with capitalist development.• Third - State administrators become separated from politicians.• Fourth - Necessary for nations to utilize the capitalist system for further advancement in the international economy.
  4. 4. Strengths• Promoted "Self-Governance"• Induced participation in the International Economy• Promoted Capitalism• Botswana - Successful developmental state o Since the gain of political independence in 1960s and 70s• Thailand o Created a school for developmentalism
  5. 5. Weaknesses• Developmentalism: o Democratic Development = phenomenon? o Authoritarianism = better for achieving goals?• No Agreement o Democracy leads to Economic Development o Economic Development is required to achieve Democracy• South Korea Few Decades Ago = Third World• South Korea Now = Democratic and Economically Developed• Regimes = Democracy vs. Authoritarianism
  6. 6. DevelopmentalismIs it too simple or just right by itself?

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