What i am claiming however is that if you don't think this is tied to race, then you are by definition claiming that that is just a coincidence that it is the Negro race stuck in mud huts, and not the Caucasian race. As for cranial size, this has already been studied and it was determined that cranial size was not a casual factor of intelligence. This changes when there is an increase in the quantity or quality of the resources. America came in 17th place. Most rich countries don't have large deserts or if they do, they also have other regions. They all sell arms to both sides in underdeveloped countries to run up huge debts and loans to secure access to oil and mineral rights for next to nothing, whenever a popular African leader emerges that wants to give his country's wealth to its people then that leader is killed and his goverment overthrown. Medieval guilds operated under anticompetitive conditions — controlling output, prices and entry into such crafts and trades as textile workers, masons, carpenters, carvers, glass workers, etc.
According to the United Nations' World Population Report 2005, the following are the top ten countries' immigration statistics:. Governments just have to make sure they manage what resources they have properly, in order to achieve this objective. Economic growth is an ongoing priority. Globalisation misleads people and triggers false illusions. But there is also the factor of economic and political stability.
As we look around the world today, we see many vestiges of these practices plus new ones — government created labor monopolies, currency controls, land use controls, etc. One would never know this, as they have a series of large cows that serve the purpose of garbage disposal units. In the long term their status comes and goes, through some combination of politics, war, exploitation, or whatever. Not merely does political state of affairs indicate the uneven development between nationally. Did they magically gain this intelligence out of thin air and what caused Africa, Asia and the Middle East to regress. It is therefore interesting to study factors affecting the timing of the Industrial Revolution.
That is, poorer countries will grow faster, while wealthier economies grow slower. One constant theme stands out amongst the literature. And they are flat enough to build large cities. While it is true that unskilled workers have received an increase in their paycheck, it is nothing close to an increase in their workload. Of course not, there's obviously a third variable at work like heat that's making those two unrelated variables to somehow be correlated. Many of the most talented people leave such places, preventing the creation of a critical mass for reform and reinforcing the fate of the population, subdued and exploited by predatory elites. Proximity location in proportion to to deep waterways and major trade routes.
I think that Debi and Bob had very clear and accurate comments. Weather it be a lack of resources available, or simply bad planning the poorer countries of the world make themselves stand out. Some countries in Africa and Asia is poor. It has also been documented that the marginal product of capital is very similar in rich and poor countries. Geographic connection: Again, look at your world map.
Trade Second, international trade is an important part of the economic growth story for most countries. Most rich countries have lots of fresh water in the form of lakes and rivers. Take the United States and Mexico. The fact that you can't acknowledge this is mind-blowing. That wou … ld put salt at the top of the list. So to sum up relative stability and lack of geographical limits combined with imperialism cause prosperity which then allows the civilization to develop.
Poor countries are often urged to open up their economy to the import of agriculture goods from 1st world. Use specific reasons and examples to support your answer. This prevents spread of knowledge, technology which could be facilitated within Europe and with China. But fully 60 percent is due to efficiently, as reflected in the difference in institutions. I suppose it is a chicken or the egg question though. Here, the economic literature points to three factors: institutions, culture and geography.
All it says is that their exist variations among humans which isn't breaking news. That is what happened with all the great empires - Roman empire, the empires in India, the Chinese empire etc. Who told you this lie, or are you just making this stuff up as you go along. In the case of Great Britain, coal was extremely helpful to get a head start during the industrial revolution - but you can also make it without. With plentifulness of homo of human resorts fulfilled a assortment of occupations such as applied scientists. He killed anyone who wasn't worth shit, and spared the best and the brightest.