industrialization


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Synonyms for industrialization

the development of industry on an extensive scale

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He is best known for his ideas about primitive socialist accumulation, the need to extract resources for industrialization from the peasants (Ellman, 1990a).
Egypt's industrialization under the leadership of this bourgeoisie has been well documented by Robert Tignor, among others.
The break up of Pakistan was followed in rapid succession by a major break in industrialization policies and the first oil shock.
He also noted that during the implementation of the first five-year plan of industrialization there was started a point work with domestic and foreign investors on the creation of new facilities.
For middle income economies heavily dependent on labour-intensive sectors or currently bypassing industrialization, the focus should be on upgrading their industrial base.
After discussing government relocation, Walker turns to a number of fascinating case studies of rural industrialization by exploring the arrival of the Aluminum Company of America in Blout County Tennessee in 1914, the growing importance of mining in southwestern West Virginia in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, and the creation of tourism in the Great Smokey Mountains in the 1920s and 1930s.
Great efforts have been made in the adjustment of the industrial structure based on the coal chemical industry to move forward along new industrialization route.
The State shall promote industrialization and full employment through industries that make full and efficient use of human and natural resources, and which are competitive in both domestic and foreign markets," the author stressed.
2012 China's Leading Figure, Integration of Informatization and Industrialization
By ISLAMABAD, March 02, 2011 (Balochistan Times): Speakers at a seminar on Tuesday stressed the need for enhancing trade relations with neighbouring countries, removing hurdles to increase foreign inflows and restructuring the fiscal policies for rapid industrialization to obtain a higher economic growth in Pakistan.
China's new industrialization strategy; was Chairman Mao really necessary?
The primary focus of the book is on migration as an economic and social process, and the interconnectedness between city and countryside as farming gave way to urbanization and industrialization within the region at the turn of the twentieth century.
The Minister of Industry, Trade and Investment, Olusegun Aganga has confirmed that Nigeria's selection by the United Nation's Industrial Development Organisation (UNIDO) as one of the pilot African countries to profit from its industrialization plans, has provided a major boost to the Nigerian Government's efforts to achieve inclusive economic development through industrialization.
Presentation of the joint UNU-WIDER, UNU-MERIT, UNIDO research study Pathways to Industrialization in the Twenty-First Century: New Challenges and Emerging Paradigms, co-editors Adam Szirmai and Wim Naude