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It is very apparent that the processes of technological change occurring throughout the last two centuries are intimately related to the sustained production and population growth among numerous economies. The acceleration of technological and organizational innovations -inherent to industrialization phenomena which expanded from western Europe to other parts of the world-were the base for the expansion of productivity in all sectors and of the continuous rupture of Malthusian traps, which led to the initial Great Divergence, observed from then on, between countries or zones of greater and lesser development around the globe.
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