Industrialization and Development: A Comparative Analysis

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Index

a
Africa, colonialism and industrial development in 61 -2
agency influences on industrialization 4, 169 -70
class 132
contingency 134
gender 132 -4
land reform and agrarian-industrial relations 130 -2
motivation for industrialization 17, 19
state and civil society 127 -30
agrarian-industrial relations 26, 41, 43, 130 -2
agriculture
collectivization 42, 46
colonial reforms in India 91
Green Revolurion in India 90, 94, 131 -2
small-scale compared with large-scale 15, 16
see also land reform
anti-development theory 10, 12
automobile industry 71, 156 -9
see also Toyota production system

b
Benetton 155
Berger, F. 119
Brazil
agrarian-industrial relations 131
automobile industry 158
background to indnstrialization (1822-1930) 84 -5
environmental impact of industrialization 140
gender relations 132 -3
global influences on industrialization 135
military rule and 'indebted democracy' (1964-1990s) 88, 90
populism and industrialization (1930- 1964) 86 -8
social development 136, 137, 138
state role in industrialization 117
state-society relations 130
Brenner, R. 27
British industrial revolution 25, 31
Bukharin, N.I. 41 -2

c
capital stock, impact of TNCs on Third World 69, 70
capitalism, move to post-Fordism 145 -50
capitalist industrialization
British model of 25, 31
compared with socialist 53 -5
history in Japan of 32 -6
motivation for 26, 36
relationship with development 171
state role in 26, 31, 33, 34, 35
views on necessity of 18, 19
China
EOI in special economic zones 112, 139
income 137 -8
living standards 52
position of women 53
social relations of production 45, 48, 51
socialist industrialization 14, 44 -9
Chinese Communist Party (CCP) 45
civil society, relationship with state 127 -30
Clark, Alice 29, 30
class and agency in late industrialization 132
class rule and populism in Brazil 86 -8
state and dominant classes in civil society 127 -30
see also labour;
social relations of production
clothing and textiles industries 151, 153 -6
co-operatives in China 46
collectivization 42, 46
colonialism
impact on industry and agriculture in India 28, 91
international division of labour during 28, 59, 62, 91
Korea and Taiwan as Japanese colonies 99, 105

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