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1976: The Modern World-System: Capitalist Agriculture and the Origins of the European World-Economy in the Sixteenth Century. NY: Academic Press. Wallerstein, I. 1980: The Modern World-System II: Mercantilism and the Consolidation of the European World-Economy, 1600-1750. NY: Academic Press. Wallerstein, I. 1989: The Second Era of Great Expansion of the Capitalist World-Economy, 1730-1840s. San Diego: Academic Press. Historically organized trilogy of Wallerstein classics on the rise and development of the Europe-centred capitalist worldsystem.
G. poverty, nutrition, health, education, economic vulnerability and dependency, relative per capita income). The UNCTAD report focuses on the investment opportunities in tourism, agro-industry, and the extension of publicly owned or privatized infrastructure. These are economic sectors in which the report says the LDCs have a distinct comparative advantage and private investment gaps. However, past experience in the Third World has demonstrated that having a comparative advantage in nonindustrial sectors or in low-cost labour holds little long-term promise.
But something more needs to be said about the nature of capitalism before we can understand its disputed relationship to world-systems ideas. This also raises questions about other disputed aspects of WST, namely where and when capitalism arose. This section suggests some possible answers to these questions. What is capitalism? Historians have discussed a number of changes that began to affect the economies of some parts of Western Europe, and of some other regions, in the late medieval and early modern periods (from, say, the fifteenth century AD).
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