A Perspective on Labour Force Employment and Poverty Eradication
A Viewpoint from Pacific Asia
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Table 2: Differentiations in
Reaction towards Environment and Development
between Developed Countries and Developing Countries
Source: Massoud Karshenas, 1994: 740
|Aspects of Development and
|Changing from primary sector into industrial
natural capital stock depleted in earlier stages of the development.
|Immediately dependence for
their livelihood on the natural resources base by the majority of population; High value
of natural resources added in the economies.
|Related to a cyclical phenomenon or one
related to the high rate of automation in the economy.
|Related to a shortage of man-made capital and
other complementary resources.
|Those related to the
application of modern technology, to economic growth, to advances in technology and to
high income and consumption levels.
|Those related to economic
backwardness, poverty, unemployment, stagnant technology and slow growth in general.
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