Christians and Economic Development
- Message from the Editorial Collective. Steele, Trevor // Social Alternatives;Jan93, Vol. 11 Issue 4, p2
The article discusses one of the four possibilities listed by economist Bob Leach that address the trade wars between Australia and other developing countries. Autarky is or the state of economic independence works only if the present economic and probably political structures were changed....
- MILITÃ„R, MULTIS UND WIRTSCHAFT: Eine international vergleichende Studie unter besonderer Berucksichtigung der EntwicklungslÃ¤nder. Weede, Erich // Swiss Journal of Sociology;1981, Vol. 7 Issue 1, p113
This article is concerned with the explanation of cross-national differences in economic growth and income inequality. In addition to domestic determinants, which are used here as control variables only, the context of the world system also may be of some importance. According to dependency...
- Testing the bargaining hypothesis in the manufacturing sector in developing countries. Kobrin, Stephen J. // International Organization;Autumn87, Vol. 41 Issue 4, p609
The bargaining power model of HC-MNC (host country multinational corporation) interaction conceives of economic nationalism in terms of rational self-interest and assumes both inherent conflict and convergent objectives. In extractive industries, there is strong evidence that outcomes are a...
- "Mining MNEs, Communities of Place and the Informal Economy". Newenham-Kahindi, Aloysius Marcus; Stevens, Charles Edward // Academy of Management Annual Meeting Proceedings;2012, p1
Using a grounded theory based on comparative case studies of communities of place in partnerships with mining multinational enterprises (MNEs), we build a theoretical foundation to examine the existence and growth of the informal economy among rural poor communities in East Africa. We show that...
- Marketing to the Poor: An Integrative Justice Model for Engaging Impoverished Market Segments. Santos, Nicholas J.C; Laczniak, Gene R // Journal of Public Policy & Marketing;Spring2009, Vol. 28 Issue 1, p3
The relatively recent entry of multinational corporations (MNCs) into low-income markets, particularly in developing countries, affords the opportunity for the more inclusive capitalism envisioned by globalists. Alternatively, an expansion of MNC marketing in less developed economies might...
- Cries of rage and frustration. Armstrong, Karen // New Statesman;9/24/2001, Vol. 130 Issue 4556, p17
Focuses on issues of fundamentalism in the United States (U.S.). Reaction of fundamentalist movements to secular states; Support given by Christians in the U.S. to fundamentalists; Significance of American fundamentalism to religious rebellion.
- Fundamental Intolerance. // Wilson Quarterly;Autumn99, Vol. 23 Issue 4, p96
Reviews the article `Religious Outlook, Culture War Politics and Antipathy Toward Christian Fundamentalists,' by Louis Bolce and Gerald De Maio in the spring 1999 issue of `Public Opinion Quarterly.' Attitudes towards Christian fundamentalists based on surveys; Origin of the term fundamentalist.
- Revolution in Rome. Bawer, Bruce // Wilson Quarterly;Winter2004, Vol. 28 Issue 1, p109
Presents an excerpt from the article "Stealing Jesus: How Fundamentalism Betrays Christianity," by Bruce Bawer, published in the Fall 2003 issue of "The Hudson River."
- Dependencia social en la vejez: pobres en formaciÃ³n, en pensiÃ³n y en vivienda. Ors Montenegro, Asunción; Maciá Soler, Loreto // EnfermerÃa Global;oct2013, Vol. 12 Issue 32, p147
The present study is conducted in a geriatric institution in the province of Alicante (Spain) from in-depth interviews with 24 elderly people to analyze, among others, the causes that led him there. The information is processed using qualitative techniques and obtained the following results:...