Let us first delineate the basic theoretical relationships. Figure 15.1 embraces all variables relevant for developing a set of hypotheses about the development process. A distinction between the agricultural and industrial sectors is not made in this general context, but will be introduced later on in the discussion. The economic-resource flows constitute the core of the model delineated. The variables of the explicitly stated economic system S e are related to the systems S t , S c , and S n . The behavioural aspects are excluded at this stage of the analysis; they will be introduced in Chapter 17.
KeywordsIncome Distribution Industrial Sector Population Growth Rate Agricultural Sector Average Income
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