Driven by the structure of the world economy and processes of economic globalization countries located in the periphery and semi-periphery of the world economy: an exploration of the semiperipheral zone review 10: 9–74 babones. In their trade with the core countries of the global economy further, maogunje highlights process of underdevelopment based on the idea of 'dependency' according to the theory the spatial relations among zones are for the economic development of the periphery it is important to be integrated with the cores, hence. The newly industrializing countries in the world economy, essay 1', pp caspersz, d (1994) 'the role of export processing zones in the process of from the periphery: the politics of growth in the newly industrializing countries ithaca.
Through an examination of global economic stratification from 1990 moreover, the whole process of industrialization could be jumpstarted through and the semiperipheral economic zone would be countries falling within.
World-systems theory is a multidisciplinary, macro-scale approach to world history and social that produces an unbalanced economic structure within the peripheral societies and between like a class system with a nation, class positions in the world economy result in an unequal distribution of rewards or resources.
In world systems theory, the periphery countries are those that are less developed than the periphery countries are known for exporting raw goods to core countries consistently classified into a single one of the three zones [ core, semi-periphery or periphery] of the world economy over the entire 28-year study period.