Rostow’s approach to economic development, summarized in The Stages of Economic Growth, involved an economy passing through a sequence well-defined phases. His growth theory has been accepted as development paradigm by many developing countries. Nonetheless, in the past recent years, it becomes clear that Rostow model imposes several weaknesses, namely debt and dependency problems. External debt flourished in so many developing countries until it possesses risk of default, and also developing countries become much more dependent to technologies coming from the developed countries. In other words, we need a new path for development which may offer more liberating effects instead of making dependent islands here and there. And in this paper we consider The Sharing-Cooperative-Solidarity Economy as possible new development paradigm for developing countries. This is an outline paper, not so elaborated yet.
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