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External manufacturing investment in a peripheral rural region

J Potter

External manufacturing investment in a peripheral rural region

the case of Devon and Cornwall.

by J Potter

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Published by Carfax Publishing in Abingdon .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Other titlesRegional Studies, Vol.27.3, 1993, p193-206.
The Physical Object
Paginationp.193-206 :
Number of Pages206
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19040921M

  Consider this: From to , 75% of all new factories came up in rural India, and 70% of all manufacturing jobs were created there. As a result, 55% of India’s GDP from manufacturing . This book is intended for a two-semester course in Economics taught out of the social sciences or business school. Principles of Macroeconomics The goal of this textbook is to help students understand how real individuals actually work with economics.

3. No longer complete external ownership of 'means of production' in development economies. Now these economies have some ownership. 4. Foreign investment is thus no longer a 'simple zero-sum game of exploitation'. There is an increasing degree of partnership between these states. Examines trends in nature of work and workers' educational achievement levels in rural and urban regions. While most rural industries specialize in "routine" manufacturing, the South and West have grown in "complex" (often high-tech) manufacturing jobs. Suggests key to growth of complex jobs is worker education. (Author/TES).

limited effect on the precolonial institutions because of the peripheral nature of Botswana to the British Empire. hird, upon independenceT, the most important rural interests, chiefs and cattle owners were politically powerful, and it was in their economic interest to enforce property rights. As the rural population expanded, the small but increasing number of landless wage earners provided labor for farms and manufacturing activities. The switch from feudal obligations to money rents in the aftermath of the feudal crisis encouraged the rise of independent or yeoman farmers but squeezed out many other peasants off the land.


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External Manufacturing Investment in a Peripheral Rural Region: The Case of Devon and Cornwall. Potter, J. External manufacturing investment in a peripheral rural region: the case of Devon and Cornwall.

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