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Development. Unit 5. MDC. LDC. Less Developed Country Developing Country A country in the earlier stage of development. More Developed Country Developed Country A country that has progressed further along the development continuum. Less Developed country More Developed country. LDC.

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Development

Development

Unit 5


Development

MDC

LDC

Less Developed Country

Developing Country

A country in the earlier stage of development

  • More Developed Country

  • Developed Country

  • A country that has progressed further along the development continuum


Less developed country more developed country
Less Developed countryMore Developed country

LDC

MDC

Crude Birth Rate = low

Crude Death Rate =low

Infant Mortality Rate = low

Literacy Rate = high

School Enrollment = high

Total Fertility Rate = low

Total % of pop under 15 = low

Life Expectancy = high

Natural Increase Rate = low

GNP per Capita = high

Primary Economic Activities =low

Service Economic Activities = high

% living in Rural Areas = low

% living in Urban Areas =high

  • Crude Birth Rate = high

  • Crude Death Rate = low

  • Infant Mortality Rate = high

  • Literacy Rate = low

  • School Enrollment = low

  • Total Fertility Rate =high

  • Total % of pop under 15 =high

  • Life Expectancy = low

  • Natural Increase Rate = high

  • GNP per Capita = low

  • Primary Economic Activities= high

  • Service Economic Activities =low

  • % living in Rural areas =high

  • % living in Urban areas =low


Development

Measuring Development

Gross National Product (GNP)

Measure of the total value of the officially recorded goods and services produced by the citizens and corporations of a country in a given year. Includes things produced inside and outside a country’s territory.

Gross Domestic Product (GDP)

Measure of the total value of the officially recorded goods and services produced by the citizens and corporations of a country in a given year.

Gross National Income (GNI)

Measure of the monetary worth of what is produced within a country plus income received from investments outside the country.

** Most common measurement used today.


Per capita
Per Capita

  • Used to indicate the average amount of something per person

  • For Example the average individual earns $15 per hour in a MDC while the per capita earning LDC is $2


Development

Human Development Index (HDI)

  • Development – process of improving the material conditions of people through diffusion of knowledge and technology

  • Human Development Index (HDI)

    • Indicator of level of development for each country combining three factors (economic, social, and demographic)

    • Highest possible HDI is 1.0 (100 percent)

    • Norway has highest (.963)

    • Niger has lowest (.281)

    • Western European countries (and Canada) higher level

    • Sub-Saharan African countries lowest level


Development

Developed by the United Nations, the HDI combines several measures of development: life expectancy at birth, adjusted GDP per capita, and knowledge (schooling and literacy).


Development

GDP measures of development: life expectancy at birth, adjusted GDP per capita, and knowledge (schooling and literacy).

MDC

LDC

All LDC average an annual GDP per Capita of $4,400

This is reflected in the jobs typically done in LDC

  • All MDC average an annual GDP per capita of $27,000

  • In Luxembourg $60,000

  • This is reflected in the jobs typically done in MDC


Sectors of economic activity
Sectors of Economic Activity measures of development: life expectancy at birth, adjusted GDP per capita, and knowledge (schooling and literacy).

Primary Sector- Activity that directly extracts or harvests resources from Earth.

Location partly dependent on where natural resources are.

Secondary Sector- Activity that transforms raw materials into usable products, adding value in the process.


Sectors of economic activity1
Sectors of Economic Activity measures of development: life expectancy at birth, adjusted GDP per capita, and knowledge (schooling and literacy).

Tertiary Sector- Activity that links primary & secondary sectors to consumers and other businesses by selling goods or performing services; includes both retail and business (producer) services

Quaternary Sector- Highly skilled, information-based services; usually includes management


Development

Employment Changes by Sector measures of development: life expectancy at birth, adjusted GDP per capita, and knowledge (schooling and literacy).

Your textbook combines tertiary quaternary and even quintary

Fig. 9-3: Percentage employment in the primary, secondary, and tertiary sectors of MDCs has changed dramatically, but change has been slower in LDCs.


Development

Structural Change in Economies measures of development: life expectancy at birth, adjusted GDP per capita, and knowledge (schooling and literacy).

Division of Labor Varies by Level of Economic Development

Primary

Tertiary

Percentage of Work Force

Quaternary

Secondary

Pre-Industrial Industrial Post-Industrial

(LDCs) (NICs) (MDCs)


Development

Calories per capita measures of development: life expectancy at birth, adjusted GDP per capita, and knowledge (schooling and literacy).

Fig. 9-9: Daily available calories per capita as percent of requirements, 2005. In MDCs, the average person consumes one-third or more over the required average minimum, while in LDCs, the average person gets only the minimum requirement or less.


Where are the ldc and mdc
Where are the LDC and MDC? measures of development: life expectancy at birth, adjusted GDP per capita, and knowledge (schooling and literacy).

  • Draw a line about 30 degrees North.

    • Majority of those countries above that line are MDC

    • Majority of those countries below that line are LDC

    • World categorized into 9 major regions based on level of development and cultural characteristics.


Development

Earth's six less developed regions are Latin America, Southeast Asia, Middle East, East Asia, South Asia, and sub-Saharan Africa. The world's more developed regions are Anglo-America, Western Europe, and Eastern Europe, plus Japan and the South Pacific.


Hdi of 9 regions
HDI of 9 regions Southeast Asia, Middle East, East Asia, South Asia, and sub-Saharan Africa. The world's more developed regions are Anglo-America, Western Europe, and Eastern Europe, plus Japan and the South Pacific.

  • Anglo – America 0.94

  • Western Europe 0.93

  • Eastern Europe 0.80

  • Japan 0.94

  • Latin America 0.80

  • East Asia 0.76

  • Middle East 0.68

  • Southeast Asia 0.58

  • South Asia 0.58

  • Sub-Saharan Africa 0.51


Development

1/5 Southeast Asia, Middle East, East Asia, South Asia, and sub-Saharan Africa. The world's more developed regions are Anglo-America, Western Europe, and Eastern Europe, plus Japan and the South Pacific.th of the world uses 5/6ths of the worlds goods


Mdc spends
MDC SPENDS $$$ Southeast Asia, Middle East, East Asia, South Asia, and sub-Saharan Africa. The world's more developed regions are Anglo-America, Western Europe, and Eastern Europe, plus Japan and the South Pacific.

  • USA spends $8 billion a year on makeup

    • Cost of providing 2 Billion children schooling $6 Billion

  • European spent $11 Billion on ICE CREAM

    • Cost of providing toilets to 2 billion people without working toilets = $9 Billion


What paths do ldc use to become mdc
What paths do LDC use to become MDC Southeast Asia, Middle East, East Asia, South Asia, and sub-Saharan Africa. The world's more developed regions are Anglo-America, Western Europe, and Eastern Europe, plus Japan and the South Pacific.

  • Development through Self-Sufficiency

  • Development Through International Trade

  • Financing Development

  • Fair Trade


Development through self sufficiency
Development through Self-Sufficiency Southeast Asia, Middle East, East Asia, South Asia, and sub-Saharan Africa. The world's more developed regions are Anglo-America, Western Europe, and Eastern Europe, plus Japan and the South Pacific.

  • Improve income across the country to fight poverty instead of encouraging a few to become wealthy consumers

  • Country places barriers to limit imports.

    • Often in the form of Tariffs ( High Taxes on imports)

    • Impact is that these tariffs made some consumer goods to expensive for the average consumer


Development through self sufficiency1
Development through Self-Sufficiency Southeast Asia, Middle East, East Asia, South Asia, and sub-Saharan Africa. The world's more developed regions are Anglo-America, Western Europe, and Eastern Europe, plus Japan and the South Pacific.

  • Countries discourage exportation since the company is supposed to produce goods for consumption inside the country

  • Private companies unable to make profit would get government help in subsidies like

    • Cheap electricity or debt reduction


Development through self sufficiency2
Development through Self-Sufficiency Southeast Asia, Middle East, East Asia, South Asia, and sub-Saharan Africa. The world's more developed regions are Anglo-America, Western Europe, and Eastern Europe, plus Japan and the South Pacific.

  • Problems with this approach

    • Inefficiency: Lack of competition produced companies not driven to be effective

    • Large Bureaucracy : large government involvement leads to abuse and corruption


Development through international trade
Development Through International Trade Southeast Asia, Middle East, East Asia, South Asia, and sub-Saharan Africa. The world's more developed regions are Anglo-America, Western Europe, and Eastern Europe, plus Japan and the South Pacific.

  • Country Identifies a distinctive or unique economic assets

  • Once that is figured out concentrate on trading that assets

  • Example could be oil or vegetables or flowers


Development

The Southeast Asia, Middle East, East Asia, South Asia, and sub-Saharan Africa. The world's more developed regions are Anglo-America, Western Europe, and Eastern Europe, plus Japan and the South Pacific.Rostow Model

  • The Rostow Model - The Stages of Economic Growth

  • W. W. Rostow was American.

  • He developed his model in 1960.

  • It was based upon the study of 15 mainly European countries.

  • He suggested that all countries had the potential to break the cycle of poverty and develop through 5 linear stages.


The traditional society
The Traditional Society Southeast Asia, Middle East, East Asia, South Asia, and sub-Saharan Africa. The world's more developed regions are Anglo-America, Western Europe, and Eastern Europe, plus Japan and the South Pacific.

  • A subsistence economy based on farming.

  • Output is consumed by producers rather than traded. Trade is by barter

  • where goods are exchanged or 'swapped‘.

  • Agriculture is the most important industry and production is labor

  • intensive, using only limited quantities of capital.

  • There is very limited technology or capital to process raw materials or

  • develop industries and services.


Pre conditions for take off
Pre-conditions Southeast Asia, Middle East, East Asia, South Asia, and sub-Saharan Africa. The world's more developed regions are Anglo-America, Western Europe, and Eastern Europe, plus Japan and the South Pacific.for Take Off

  • Surpluses for trading emerge supported by an emerging transport

  • infrastructure.

  • Agriculture becomes more commercialized and mechanized with

  • technological improvements.

  • Savings and investment grow.

  • Entrepreneurs emerge.

  • A single industry begins to dominate – often textiles.


Take off
Take Off Southeast Asia, Middle East, East Asia, South Asia, and sub-Saharan Africa. The world's more developed regions are Anglo-America, Western Europe, and Eastern Europe, plus Japan and the South Pacific.

  • Industrialization increases, with workers switching form the land to

  • manufacturing. This may cause large scale rural-urban migration

  • Growth is concentrated in a few regions of the country and in one or two

  • industries.

  • New political and social institutions are evolve to support industrialization.

  • Airports, roads and railways are built.


The drive to maturity
The Drive to Southeast Asia, Middle East, East Asia, South Asia, and sub-Saharan Africa. The world's more developed regions are Anglo-America, Western Europe, and Eastern Europe, plus Japan and the South Pacific.Maturity

  • Growth is now diverse supported by technological innovation. It should be

  • self sustaining.

  • Economic development spreads to all parts.

  • A more complex transport system develops.

  • Increase in number and types of industry.

  • Manufacturing expands as early industries decline.

  • Continued rapid urbanization.


High mass consumption
High Mass Southeast Asia, Middle East, East Asia, South Asia, and sub-Saharan Africa. The world's more developed regions are Anglo-America, Western Europe, and Eastern Europe, plus Japan and the South Pacific.Consumption

  • Rapid expansion of tertiary industry.

  • Industry shifts to production of durable consumer goods.


4 asian dragons
4 Asian Dragons Southeast Asia, Middle East, East Asia, South Asia, and sub-Saharan Africa. The world's more developed regions are Anglo-America, Western Europe, and Eastern Europe, plus Japan and the South Pacific.

  • South Korea

  • Singapore

  • Taiwan

  • Hong Kong

  • These are the first countries to use this method


Problems with development through international trade
Problems with Development through international trade Southeast Asia, Middle East, East Asia, South Asia, and sub-Saharan Africa. The world's more developed regions are Anglo-America, Western Europe, and Eastern Europe, plus Japan and the South Pacific.

  • Uneven resource distribution

    • Not all resources are equal

  • Market stagnation

    • World market slows

  • Increased dependence on MDC

    • If sales are good focus on just producing that which sells then nothing for the people in that country

    • If MDC economy slows so do their purchases


Development
WTO Southeast Asia, Middle East, East Asia, South Asia, and sub-Saharan Africa. The world's more developed regions are Anglo-America, Western Europe, and Eastern Europe, plus Japan and the South Pacific.

  • World Trade Organization

  • Formed in 1995

  • Countries negotiate reduction or elimination of international trade barriers

  • Created an agreement that creates cooperation among nations for trade


Financing development
Financing Development Southeast Asia, Middle East, East Asia, South Asia, and sub-Saharan Africa. The world's more developed regions are Anglo-America, Western Europe, and Eastern Europe, plus Japan and the South Pacific.

  • This is a process where MDC lend money to LDC

  • Often LDC are not able to repay the loans because their debt exceeds their income

    • MDC then refuse to lend further monies

  • Structural Adjustment program

    • Requires a plan with repayment options and dictation of how money spent and usually includes governmental actions to assist in repaying loan


Fair trade
Fair Trade Southeast Asia, Middle East, East Asia, South Asia, and sub-Saharan Africa. The world's more developed regions are Anglo-America, Western Europe, and Eastern Europe, plus Japan and the South Pacific.

  • Products are made and traded according to standards that protect workers and small business

  • Fair trade standards are set internationally

  • http://www.wholefoodsmarket.com/wholetrademap/index.php