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  • [[Category:Economics]] {{History of economic thought}}
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  • [[Category:Economics]] {{History of economic thought}}
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  • [[Category:Economics]] {{History of economic thought}}
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  • ... and archives.<ref>John Willis Clark, ''The Care Of Books: An Essay On The Development Of Libraries And Their Fittings, From The Earliest Times To The End Of The ...n the shoulders of giants: From Boole to Shannon to Taube: The origins and development of computerized information from the mid-19th century to the present," ''In
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  • ...aw.moj.gov.tw/ENG/LawClass/LawAll.aspx?pcode=D0130037 Indigenous Languages Development Act] June 14, 2017. Retrieved August 20, 2019.</ref></br> ...evelopment Indices and Indicators: 2018 Statistical Update] United Nations Development Programme. Retrieved August 21, 2019.</ref>
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  • ...s. He pioneered "[[socialism with Chinese characteristics]]" and [[Chinese economic reform]], also known as the "[[socialist market economy]]," and opened Chin ...e rates, increased corruption, the loss of traditional values, and growing economic disparity between the rural population and the urban working class.
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  • As president, Obama enacted policy changes regarding [[health care]], signed economic stimulus legislation, and repealed the "Don't ask, don't tell" policy on [[ ... forward into a brighter future, at a time of two on-going [[war]]s and an economic [[recession]]. He was awarded the [[Nobel Peace Prize]] during his first mo
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  • ...122&s=NGDP_RPCH%2CNGDPD%2CPPPGDP%2CNGDPDPC%2CPPPPC&grp=0&a= Austria] World Economic Outlook Database, April 2018. Retrieved June 27, 2019.</ref> ....hdr.undp.org/en/2018-update 2018 Human Development Report] United Nations Development Programme. Retrieved June 27, 2019.</ref>
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  • ... weakened the shogunate, including a top-heavy [[bureaucracy]], antiquated economic policies, and rising unrest among the lower classes. [[Industrialization]] ...Christianity had been almost completely eradicated and external political, economic and religious influence on Japan became quite limited. Only [[China]] and t
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  • ...] failed due to his poor health. On the one hand, Suharto did preside over economic growth. On the other hand, much of this was lost during the 1997 crises, wh ...donesian power.<ref>Adam Schwarz. 1999. ''A Nation in Waiting: Indonesia's Search for Stability.'' (Boulder, CO: Westview Press. ISBN 9780813336497), 2 and 2
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  • ...=country&ds=.&br=1&c=684&s=NGDPD%2CPPPGDP%2CNGDPDPC%2CPPPPC&grp=0&a= World Economic Outlook Database, April 2019] ''International Monetary Fund''. Retrieved Oc ...[[African Union]], the [[Indian Ocean Commission]], the [[Southern African Development Community]], the [[Commonwealth of Nations]], and La Francophonie (French-s
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  • ...mbiguities that allow a broad range of interpretations. Third, the social, economic conditions within which Marx formulated his thought radically changed throu ... philosophies of [[Hegel]], [[Feuerbach]], and others, British [[classical economics]] according to [[Adam Smith]] and [[David Ricardo]], and the [[socialism|s
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  • ...stice]], and an [[economy]]. Thus, the growth of such cities supported the development of [[culture]]s—the social and spiritual aspects of human life—as well ... sharing of natural resources, large local [[market]]s, and later in their development, amenities such as [[running water]] and [[sewage]] disposal. Possible disa
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  • ...gion. As a result, Gyeongsang has been a special beneficiary of government development assistance. By contrast, the Jeolla region has remained comparatively rural ...or living and working will grow more severe. According to the government's Economic Planning Board, the population density will be 530 people per square kilome
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  • ...l revolution with some of the countries most behind in terms of industrial development being in a position, through adopting the latest technologies, to leapfrog ...ed rapidly in those capitalist countries that follow a track of industrial development, in a sense recapitulating the Industrial Revolution.
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  • ...ble to [[neolithic revolution|the invention of farming]] or [[Civilization#Development_of_early_civilizations|the rise of the first city-states]]; almost every as ...A1%3C24%3ARTIR%3E2.0.CO%3B2-5 Rehabilitating the Industrial Revolution], ''Economic History Review, New Series'' 45 (1) (Feb., 1992): 24-50 doi:10.2307/2598327
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  • ...tion, British colonial practices, and secularization accompanying economic development- -can be held responsible for transforming two ethnic communities into two ...lso fostered ethnic [[nationalism]]. Although [[economics|economiceconomic development]] and increased education reduced the explicitly religious characteristics
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  • ...mpts on Fidel Castro|assassination]], [[United States embargo against Cuba|economic blockade]], and counter-revolution, including the [[Bay of Pigs Invasion]] ...e [[Western Hemisphere]]. Policies introducing [[Economic planning|central economic planning]] and expanding [[Healthcare in Cuba|healthcare]] and [[Education
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  • ....org/web/20170322153238/http://hdr.undp.org/sites/default/files/2016_human_development_report.pdf |archivedate=22 March 2017 |df=dmy-all }}</ref> Italy has influenced the [[Culture|cultural]] and social development of the whole [[Mediterranean Basin|Mediterranean area]], deeply influencing
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