A Framework for Analyzing Yield Curve Trades. Understanding by Ilmanen A.

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Further, the competition to invest created by the proliferation of MNCs totaling roughly 63,000 parent firms and 821,818 foreign affiliates in the LDCs, the amount of leverage available to host governments for obtaining the most favorable terms, is possibly increasing (UNCTAD, 2001: 242). Globalization and development 33 Liberals blame the problems of development on the internal processes, political institutions, and cultural inhibitors that exist within the LDCs. There is depressed private investment within the LDCs because the social environment is not conducive to it.

The entire process of development generally follows the logic of competition and advancement, where development is dependent upon the adaptation of societies to the exigencies of market competition. Backwardness is advantageous in this process because diffusion takes place from the “core” industrialized countries to the peripheries at faster rates than the core is able to adopt what Simon Kuznets (1966: 5) termed “epochal” innovations in leading sectors. This process in operation is what some argue leads to the “rise and decline” of states (Gilpin, 1981; Olson, 1982), and it is the “law of uneven development” that V.

Most poor countries seemed to be unified as a third-world bloc in such groups as the Nonaligned Movement and the Group of 77, which called for more economic autonomy and sovereignty for national development and initiated a call for a “New International Economic Order,” which would make the world system less biased against poor countries (Krasner, 1985). The core of dependency theory evolved around the structural analysis of the “world-system” perspective propounded by the sociologist Immanuel Wallerstein (1974), who suggested that a world capitalist system had emerged around the 15th century to structure the interactions among the members of the modern world system.

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