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Economic development
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outward looking strategy
relative poverty
a shift outwards in the PPF
they provide much needed sources of capital
multilateral aid
education index, health index and GNI per capita
the high income elasticity of the industry
increased levels of pollution
a breakdown of the family unit
MNC
over dependence
a soft loan
absolute poverty
inward looking strategy
empowerment index
primary
structural unemployment
poverty cycle
tighter monetary policy
poverty index
gender development index
human development index
middle income country
bilateral aid
most primary goods are income and price inelastic
One advantage that an MNC can bring to a Developing country is
Increased spending on infrastructure and human capital will be shown on the production possibility frontier by
The emergence of a new middle class as well as private banks and media outlets is consistent with a
Anyone living on less than $ 1.25 a day
Aid provided from an organisation such as the World bank or the IMF
A low interest loan is called
A development strategy which is inherently interventionist and protective of domestic markets
A measure of the level of gender equality in a country
One advantage of tourism as a development strategy is
Low income countries will generally have a large number of people employed in which sector
A process which keeps an LEDC in a cycle of low development and low income
An indicator of development which measures the % of the female population who finished secondary education
Human development is measured by the following indexes
An example of a barrier to development in many LEDCs is that
One feature of structural adjustment policies is
When a household is poor relative to other households in the country where they live
Aid provided directly from one nation to another
Economic development is measured by the
A significant disadvantage associated with an LEDC receiving aid is
A negative externality which can arise from rapid economic growth is
The process by which rapid industrialisation and automation causes a number of jobs to simply disappear
A development strategy which focus resources on promoting products where they enjoy a comparative advantage
One of the disadvantages of greater urbanisztion within LEDCs
A measure of the level of deprivation in a country
A company which provides direct foreign investment into a different nation

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Economic development is measured by thehuman development index
Human development is measured by the following indexes education index, health index and GNI per capita
A negative externality which can arise from rapid economic growth is increased levels of pollution
The process by which rapid industrialisation and automation causes a number of jobs to simply disappearstructural unemployment
One of the disadvantages of greater urbanisztion within LEDCsa breakdown of the family unit
Low income countries will generally have a large number of people employed in which sectorprimary
The emergence of a new middle class as well as private banks and media outlets is consistent with a middle income country
When a household is poor relative to other households in the country where they liverelative poverty
Anyone living on less than $ 1.25 a dayabsolute poverty
A measure of the level of deprivation in a countrypoverty index
A measure of the level of gender equality in a countrygender development index
An indicator of development which measures the % of the female population who finished secondary education empowerment index
Increased spending on infrastructure and human capital will be shown on the production possibility frontier bya shift outwards in the PPF
A development strategy which is inherently interventionist and protective of domestic marketsinward looking strategy
A development strategy which focus resources on promoting products where they enjoy a comparative advantageoutward looking strategy
An example of a barrier to development in many LEDCs is thatmost primary goods are income and price inelastic
One feature of structural adjustment policies istighter monetary policy
One advantage of tourism as a development strategy isthe high income elasticity of the industry
A process which keeps an LEDC in a cycle of low development and low incomepoverty cycle
A company which provides direct foreign investment into a different nationMNC
One advantage that an MNC can bring to a Developing country is they provide much needed sources of capital
A significant disadvantage associated with an LEDC receiving aid isover dependence
A low interest loan is calleda soft loan
Aid provided from an organisation such as the World bank or the IMFmultilateral aid
Aid provided directly from one nation to anotherbilateral aid