The Globalization of Capitalism in Third World Countries

The Globalization of Capitalism in Third World Countries

The Globalization of Capitalism in Third World Countries

The Globalization of Capitalism in Third World Countries

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An attempt has been made in this book to present an analysis of the process of the globalization of capitalism since its inception into the West in the nineteenth century. The penetration of industrial capitalism and its impacts on the capitalist transformation of an economy, on the development of education, and on population growth in the Third World, as a consequence, constitutes the major themes of this book, which uses India as a case study.

I owe a great deal to my colleagues in the Economics Department at the University of Otago, New Zealand and to John O'Brien, Clem Tisdell, John Senders, Michael Anderson, Martin Doornbos, Susan B. Hanley, Mikoto Usui, and Li qun Jia. Thanks also go to Dhires Bhattachryya, Aravindo Poddar, Prithwis Bagchi, and Buddhadev Bhattacharyya of Calcutta for valuable discussions and suggestions.

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