advantage of backwardness


advantage of backwardness
эк. преимущество отсталости* (концепция А. Гершенкрона, согласно которой более бедные страны могут пользоваться технологическими достижениями богатых стран и в результате перескакивать целые стадии развития; стала одним из возражений против популярной концепции Ростоу, согласно которой экономический рост характеризуется определенной последовательностью «стадий роста», через которые обязательно должны проходить все страны; Гершенкрон использовал концепцию «преимущества отсталости» для объяснения значительных различий в роли государства в проведении индустриализации в таких странах, как Россия, Италия и Венгрия с одной стороны, и Франция и Германия с другого)
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