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La dialectique de la dépendance et de l'indépendance


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  • André Tiano
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    [fre] Livré aux forces du marché ou de l'hégémonisme, un pays sous-développé est soumis à un processus cumulatif de dépendance. Celle-ci est de toute façon durable. Par contre, il y a dans les unités dominantes (nations développées, multinationales, grandes entreprises des pays socialistes), un besoin des relations avec les PVD pour accroître leurs profits ou leur puissance. Des rivalités entre elles en résultent. Cette politique n'est exclue par aucun mode de production ; elle n'implique ni rupture avec le marché mondial ni même démocratie, justice, égalité. Elle vise seulement à accroître les moyens technologiques et financiers dont dispose le pays et la capacité de décision autonome de les mettre en œuvre. [eng] A dialectic of dependance and independance . André Tiano. Left to market forces or to the free influence of hegemonism, an under developed country undergoes a cumulative process of dependance, which, any how, is u lasting phenomenon. However all the dominating units (developed countries, multinationals, large corporations of socialist countries) need the relations with developing countries in order to increase their profits of their power. And there are rivaleries between them. From the thesis of a lasting dependance and the antithesis of the weakness of the strong cornes a synthesis : the possibility for dependent countries to reduce their dependance using the very elements of this dependance. This possibility doesn't involve any autarky nor the end of the capitalist mode of production.

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    Article provided by Programme National Persée in its journal Revue économique.

    Volume (Year): 33 (1982)
    Issue (Month): 3 ()
    Pages: 476-496

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    Handle: RePEc:prs:reveco:reco_0035-2764_1982_num_33_3_408666

    Note: DOI:10.2307/3501334
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