The Industrialization Process: A Streamlined Version
What is the typical/streamlined process of the industrialization? How can we determine the stage of the industrialization in a country? This is important and determines the profit which the country makes from industrialization. This chapter develops a simple theory of the stages of industrialization and locates different countries on that streamlined process map.
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