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Know and be able to
Ch. 10 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
KNOW
Diseases
Trafficking
basic (non-basic industries)
Infrastructure
5 job sectors (primary-quinary)
Islands of development
Dependency ratio
core/periphery processes
Rostow’s “Model
Brandt Line
GDP, GNP, GNI
Wallerstein’s Model
Dependency Theory
literacy rate
secondary sector
developing country
Structuralist theories
subsistence economy
economic indicators
neo-colonialism
sustainable development
economic development
primary sector
tertiary sector
gross national product
productivity
trickle-down effects
HDI
quaternary sector
value added
BE ABLE TO
 use examples of human welfare indicators to distinguish between relatively developed and less
developed countries.

use examples of economic indicators to classify countries as less developed or relatively
developed.

draw the Brandt line on a world or regional map and give examples of elements of the core and
periphery.

discuss specific examples of “semi-peripheral” countries, explaining why they are so labeled.

compare and contrast different theories and models of economic development and the
relationship between LDCs and relatively developed countries.

provide examples of the different sectors of a country’s economy and explain the economic
relationship between them.
READING ASSIGNMENTS
1.Fouberg, Chapter 10: Development
rubenstien reading 275-281
on website
cultural landscape reading pg 344-349
rubenstein reading 294 297
on website
on website