WALLERSTEIN'S WORLD SYSTEMS THEORY 1970s

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WALLERSTEIN'S WORLD SYSTEMS THEORY 1970s
1 Three-tiered world
1.1 CORE
1.1.1 USA, Western Europe, Japan, Australia, New Zealand
1.2 SEMI PERIPHERY
1.2.1 Russia, India, China (NICs)
1.3 PERIPHERY
1.3.1 Africa, Eastern Europe, FSU
2 Countries can move backwards and forwards over time
2.1 Some countries entering semi-periphery and even emerging to be part of core
2.1.1 More dynamic model than Frank's Dependency Theory which is based on Marxist ideas of rich vs poor
3 Rise of China and India
3.1 Wallerstein's view is that industrial capitalism was born in Europe and rise of China and India represent another stage in growth of economy
3.2 Frank's contrasting view is that the current situation is simply a shift back to a much older world order when India and China were powerful economies
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