Please answer this question from the attached readings In the context of ‘conve

Please answer this question from the attached readings
In the context of ‘convergence with divergence’ and new geographies of development under globalization, scholars should abandon the categories of ‘centre-periphery’ and ‘north-south’ in favour of a conceptual shift to ‘global development’. Discuss
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Just for your information, the lecture topic is about political economy of ‘development’ within global capitalism and the inter-state system. The lecture analytically distinguishes between big ‘D’ development, understood as a willed or intentional practice, and little ‘d’ development, understood as an immanent process underlying capitalist development (Hart 2001). The former emerged as a new development ontology in context of post-WII decolonisation and is associated with ideas about how to ‘modernise’ the global South in the image of the global North. The latter, in contrast, is associated with development as a systemic and immanent process underlying capitalist development and, therefore, has its roots in the formation of the global political economy as a world system. The lecture traces the globalising and structural dynamics of ‘development’ within a changing international division of labour pervaded by uneven development and different form of state and market led development projects. In doing so, the lecture illustrates the regional divergence in industrial development trajectories between Latin America and East Asia, drawing on the cases of South Korea and Brazil and their contrasting experiences of agrarian change and state-led forms of development. Finally, the lecture assesses the return of Dependency theory to development studies and reviews recent arguments and counterarguments calling for a conceptual shift from ‘international’ to ‘global development’. The debate pivots on the questions as to whether North-South binaries are still a defining structural feature in the global political economy of development.