Apart from countries like Japan which was able to maintain a steady growth from under development to full development between the late 17th and early 20th centuries, the rest of the poor economies either remained poorer or had a stagnant economy Angus: Lewis contended that voluntary saving form significantly large share of national income.
It refers to a lack of physical necessities; it also represents a general deprivation manifested in social inferiority, powerlessness, isolation and degradation.
This in turn leads to a rise in population. In his view, poverty is structural when caused by more permanent facts such as joblessness, limited productive resources, or endemic sociopolitical problems. These classes of poor people are seen to spread across geographical divisions, urban, rural and occupational categories.
According to him, the share of profit national income should be increased by expanding the capitalist sector of the economy deliberately. Clarke went further to define a more modest figure of ten and fifteen percent for developed countries. In this conception, it follows that poverty is both income and non-income driven.
The Ghanaian, Ugandan and Malawian governments responded defiantly. Research carried out by Food and Agricultural Organization F. This would lead to unsold stock gut and a stop to further production.
Accordingly, it was believed that a high degree of inequality in the distribution of income has a favourable effect on the economic growth in the early stages of development and as development gained momentum its benefits will automatically trickle down to the low income group over a long run.
On the other hand, conjectural poverty is reversible and is caused by natural or man-made disasters such as flood, war or even failure of a public policy. The proposal for conditional aid was poorly received in some quarters. They considered it an act of bullying and would rather forego the money than accept these conditions.
Another principal supporter of this view was Arthur Lewis. There is no guarantee that capitalist would utilize their savings in productive speculations, foreign deposits etc.
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Keynes therefore favoured income equality which would lead to sustained economic growth through the multiplier effect. More in the Nigerian context J.
Larger profits accruing tot eh capitalist sector would mea larger savings which would be invested for large capital formation and higher growth rate. Kurihara therefore stated that economic growth requires the balancing of the two forces which is possible in a high wage, low profit economy and investment free economy.
Accumulated capital is reinvested in industrialization thereby initiating economic growth.
For the income equality means less poverty but discouraging savings by leading to a rise in the income of the working classes and a rise in their consumption. He outlined processes through which income inequality led to the growth of 18th century in England, the nineteenth century Japan.
Income inequality leads to excessive thriftiness and fall in inducement to invest as a result o declining marginal efficiency of capital. Anyanwu categorizes the following as the poor: This approach therefore emphasizes the maximization of the growth rate of the economy by building up capital infrastructure and productive capacity of the economy and leaving the income distribution untouched.
This should be achieved by taking those who live on unearned income heavily.This review of the evidence on sexuality and poverty is undertaken by the Institute of Development Studies (IDS) as part of a larger Accountable Grant from the UK Government’s Department for International Development (DFID).
DFID is increasingly interested in. Richardo saw poverty and income inequality as necessary tool for rapid economic development. Most of our thoughts are influenced by issues and problems of our time and Richardo too was not different. Following the continuous rise in the price of corn by 15% per annum between andRichardo argued as follows: that the price of the product is determined by profit, wage and rent.
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