Samir Amin’s Theory of Delinking An Evolutionary Evaluation

May 19th, 2015
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It is really nice to have a slight resemblance to the thoughts of Pieterse, though which is a truism in fact, as to the theoretical evolution of the famous political economist Samir Amin which is centered around a particular concept of his immense expertise in the form of what he referred to as ‘Delinking’.

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Samir Amin's Theory of Delinking: An Evolutionary EvaluationA. K. AnwarCapitalism as a world system has a long history of lingering deprivation and crisis. However, the crisis still continues even today and the distress was felt to be more adverse during or after the economic recession of 2008. Capitalism favoured, as we saw, some economies to flourish as the spearheads of the world system depriving or reducing others to the role of mere subordination. Inflation, debt crisis, bankruptcy set a major impasse to the mechanism of world economy hence the entire system got crippled. In these circumstances it has been proven difficult to continue with that very system. During the Davos WEF summit 2012 the prospects and feasibilities of capitalism have been questioned fiercely. Samir Amin who is considered to be one of the famous development theorists came up with a grand strategy to get rid of the vicious circle of the capitalist structure. To him the crisis was felt far before one can imagine. In this paper his strategy is considered very contemporary and its implications as well as threats are scrutinized on the part of the Third World countries.IntroductionIt is really nice to have a slight resemblance to the thoughts of Pieterse, though which is a truism in fact, as to the theoretical evolution of the famous political economist Samir Amin which is centered around a particular concept of his immense expertise in the form of what he referred to as 'Delinking'. Pieterse (20

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