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Thesis 2

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Josh Lamers

on 27 April 2010

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Transcript of Thesis 2

Scientific Paradigm
Functional
Economic Components Capital Labor Land Economic
Evolution Industrial Economies Information Economies Capitalism, Communism, Socialsm Banking & Industry Progress in science and manufacturing coupled with interest-based money generated explosive growth of population, technology and resource consumption. Governments & Corporations Let's talk about Economics Agricultural Economies Monarchies,Feudalism, Empire Industrial Revolution Natural Paradigm Functional
Economic Components Labor Land Farming & Husbandry Domestication of people and animals for production of food and resources. Food surpluses enable increased population and specialization. Emergence of ruling classes and strong hierarchies. Cities & Nation-States Self-Regulating Markets & Government Capital Land Info
Labor Electronic Revolution Intelligent Organizations & Self-Regulating Social Groups Centrally-controlled currencies, commercial markets and hierarchal organizations (such as corporations
& governments). As change accelerates, adaptive organizations
thrive more than their industrial-age command
control counterparts. Systems Paradigm
Functional
Economic Components Networks & Open Knowledge
Politics
& Economic
Development Brazil Taiwan Import Substitution Industrialization Military Regime Export-oriented
Growth Tax Incentives Import Restriction Uncompetitive,
Further Domestic
Problems Closed Economy Liberalized Political and Trade Policy Dualistic Market
Economy Financially
Conservative
Infrastructure
Development Entrepreneurial
Strengths Military, Repressive
Control World War II Agriculture Industrial 1990s Development Theory
Changed Again Insititutional Changes Reliance on
Market Powers Mix of Institutions
and Policies World War II
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