Economic Imperialism


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Economic Imperialism

The deliberate or implied policy in which one country makes another dependent upon the first country's resources. This effectively gives one country control over another. See also: Imperialism.
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Just like it is not that hard to free ourselves from the chains of economic imperialism. But this will mean taking back our sovereignty from those who have held it in check for more than seven decades.
In fact, following the pioneering efforts of Gary Becker and other brilliant economists (see, inter alia, Becker 1976 and 1996; Stigler and Becker 1977; Hirshleifer 1985), this research line--under the heading of 'economic imperialism'--has been using the language of constrained maximization to provide powerful explanations for a wide range of value-laden behavior and moral phenomena, including altruistic behavior, discrimination, prejudice, crime, addiction, religion, tradition, and social norms (for reviews of literature, see Raditzky and Berholz 1987; Lazear 2000).
The German magazine considers the Trump administration's blockbuster campaign against the Russian natural gas pipeline Nord Stream 2 as a "showcase of economic imperialism." There, as in the case of the Trump administration's sudden exit from the Iran nuclear deal, the U.S.
Affluent Chinese buying homes built by Chinese firms using mostly Chinese workers was part of a wider narrative of economic imperialism that formed a key plank of Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad's election campaign, FT noted.
class="MsoNormalspan xml:lang="EN-GBThe question of African identity still stands, 40 years after FESTAC and now it is inescapably threatened by that age-old link between our land and eager masters of economic imperialism who are aided by self-serving leaders.
More generally, accepting Chinese money on Chinese terms fuels grievances against a type of economic imperialism with which the U.S.
More generally, accepting Chinese money on Chinese terms fuels grievances against a type of economic imperialism with which the US government and American companies operating across the developing world in the twentieth century are all too familiar.
Apartheid, sexism, racism, economic imperialism, income inequality, stark poverty, social stagnation of minorities, and religious fundamentalism due to Brahman-centric polices are the common practices in the Worlds' largest democracy', Dr Ahmad concluded.
The spoils of Hitler's economic imperialism in Spain [1936-1939], then expanding at a slower rate to 1945, were picked up informally by the US government after World War II ended.
Michele Barrett has recently unearthed significant archival material preserved at the Leonard Woolf Archive, which has revealed Virginia Woolf's extraordinary contribution to her husband's book, Empire and Commerce in Africa: A Study in Economic Imperialism (1920) in her role as research assistant or, even more appropriately, collaborator.
Schirrmacher focuses on economic imperialism, the idea that theoretical models in economics are more influential than any other social sciences (for example, Marxism, the most imperialistic economic model).
The Congress led UPA government wants to en-cash on anti-America votes, especially among the minority community and young voters, who are against America's economic imperialism.