Zhang, LY (2011) Is industrialization still a viable development strategy for developing countries under climate change? CLIM POLICY , 11 (4) 1159 - 1176. 10.1080/14693062.2011.579263.
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The implications of climate change for economic development strategies in developing countries are explored, in particular whether industrialization still represents a viable development strategy in the context of climate change. Synthesizing the relevant literature and drawing insights from a comparison of Chinese and Indian experiences, it is argued that industrialization still represents an effective and, to some extent, indispensable development strategy, especially for those low- and low-middle-income countries that are affected by deindustrialization.
|Title:||Is industrialization still a viable development strategy for developing countries under climate change?|
|Keywords:||climate change, deindustrialization, developing countries, development strategies, economic development, industrialization, GROWTH, VULNERABILITY, ADAPTATION, POVERTY|
|UCL classification:||UCL > School of BEAMS > Faculty of the Built Environment > Development Planning Unit|
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