Industrialization is the process
of developing an economy founded on the mass manufacturing of goods. Industrialization is
associated with the urbanism, division
of labour, and growth of mass
communication, mass society and mass markets. Many industrialized societies are now
described as post-industrial since economic
activity is based on the production of services, knowledge or symbols.
and Industrialization: A Critique of Lewis
M. Shahid Alam, Department of Economics, Northeastern University. His rejection of the
imperialist origins of poverty is poorly argued, and his claim that colonial policies did
not differ from policies of sovereign countries is not supported. He also ignores the
strong correlation between loss of sovereignty and poor
growth performance. W. Arthur Lewiss claim that industrialization in the tropics was
held back by small markets.
Industrialization: Global Industrial Partnerships
Abstract: The study analyzes the changing patterns of industrialization, intensified
competition and globalization, which is presented as a
win-win formula rather than a zero-sum game. Rural
industrialization will be used for job creation, increasing gender equality and social integration.
On the Effects of
Industrialization Processes on Growth and Convergence Dynamics: Evidence from Italian
Regions - Leone Leonida - Abstract: We propose a semi-parametric procedure
linking growth theory with density-type studies on convergence. Suggests that absolute
convergence processes do not exclude dynamics of club convergence and vice-versa.
Inequality and Industrialization - Parantap Basu, Alessandra Guariglia
Abstract: This paper argues that the initial inequality of human
capital could be contributing factor to the delayed process of industrialization in
"Industrialization, Economic Growth and International Trade"
Kar-yiu Wong, University of Washington and Chinese University of Hong Kong
Chong-Kee Yip, Chinese University of Hong Kong
Conference on "Dynamics, Economic Growth, and International Trade," July 1997,
Abstract: The relationship between industrialization, economic growth and international
Industrialization in the World Economy
Some Comments and Results Concerning a Recent Debate - Volker Bornschier,
Sociological Institute University of Zurich - Journal of Conflict Resolution, Vol.
25, No. 3, 371-400 (1981)
Abstract: The impact of multinational corporation
in the world economy on economic growth and inequality.
Does Social Capital Promote Industrialization?
Evidence from a Rapid Industrializer
Edward Miguel, Paul Gertler, University of California, Berkeley and NBER
David I. Levine, University of California, Berkeley
The Review of Economics and Statistics, November 2005, Vol. 87, No. 4, Pages 754-762
Abstract: Examines the effect of social capital on industrialization in Indonesia.
Analyzes a set of social capital and social interaction
Industrialization and Intergenerational Mobility in
Authors: Maas I.; Van Leeuwen M.H.D.
Source: Acta Sociologica, Volume 45, Number 3, 1 September 2002, pp. 179-194(16)
Abstract: Results show a decline in the importance of the direct transfer of resources
between generations and the increasing importance of education.
Female Autonomy, the Family, and Industrialization in Java
DIANE L. WOLF, University of Washington
Journal of Family Issues, Vol. 9, No. 1, 85-107 (1988)
A case study to the question of gender stratification and
industrialization. The case study suggests that industrialization at the very least
maintains female status within the family.
The Role of Emigration and
Migration in Swedish Industrialization
Urban Karistrom, Stockholm School of Economics, Box 6501, S-113 83 Stockholm, Sweden
International Regional Science Review, Vol. 7, No. 2, 153-174 (1982)
The role of rural-to-urban migration and emigration
in Swedish industrialization and results are presented concerning their importance for the