Destructive Impacts of Colonialism on China’s slow growth of output per person between the 1840s and the 1940s

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This essay critically analyses the level of destructive impact of colonialism on China’s growth output between the 1840s and the 1940s. The essay contains the contrast of opposite arguments regarding the topic and supports the argument confirming destructive impact of … Continue reading

“The “triumph” of liberal economic ideas in the developing world” by Biersteker, T.J. (1995): annotated bibliography

The “triumph” of liberal economic ideas in the developing world

Biersteker (1995) explores apparent triumph of liberal economic ideas in the developing world by concentrating on the nature of change in economic thinking. According to this article dramatic changes in economic thinking in developing countries took place mainly during the … Continue reading

Effects of Crisis on UK Higher Educational Institutions Career Prospects of UK Students: a brief literature review

Effects of Crisis on UK Higher Educational Institutions

Burke (2012) links the impacts of the global economic crisis of 2008-2010 with spending cuts on education system by the UK government. Chalabi and Arnett (2013), on the other hand, make an interesting observation related to the issue. Specifically, according … Continue reading