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1. In 2016Kenya’s annual economic growth was 6% and Rwanda’s annual economic growth was 5.9%. According to Amartya Sen, these

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1. In 2016Kenya’s annual economic growth was 6% and Rwanda’s annual economic growth was 5.9%. According to Amartya Sen, these impressive growth figuresdo not prove that development is taking place. Discuss.

Here you are provided with questions regarding the economics, you are required to discuss these questions in your report covering the following aspects:

  • According to Amartya Sen, the annual economic growth of Kenya and Rwanda’s discuss how these impressive growth figures do not prove that development is taking place.
  • Urban unemployment and international development aid.
  • Convincing economic argument and the importance of maintaining ‘food security’
  • Neo liberal economic perspective and key characteristics of labour markets in developing countries.
  • Globalisation and economic growth as the key driver of poverty reduction.

1. In 2016Kenya’s annual economic growth was 6% and Rwanda’s annual economic growth was 5.9%. According to Amartya Sen, these impressive growth figures do not prove that development is taking place. Discuss.

2. Urban unemployment is huge issue in many developing countries, with many African cities containing vast ‘informal’ sectors. To what extent can the phenomenon of urban unemployment be effectively explained by the Harris-Todaro model?

3. International development aid is only appropriate for promoting development when it comes in the form of disaster relief aid. Discuss.

4. To what extent is there a convincing economic argument to support the view that collusive corruption can be beneficial to development?

5. Given the importance of maintaining ‘food security’, it is vital that developing countries develop their agricultural sectors. Discuss.

6. According to a neo liberal economic perspective, developing countries should benefit from engaging with large multinational corporations, especially in the extraction and export of mineral commodities. Discuss.

7. What are the key characteristics of labour markets in developing countries? Discuss using examples from specific regions, and evaluate the reliability of labour market data used for this analysis.

8. Globalisation has created new jobs but deteriorated working conditions in the developing world. Discuss the statement with reference to the processes of informalisation and the feminisation of labour.

9. Economic growth is the key driver of poverty reduction. Discuss using examples from specific regions in the developing world.

 

 


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