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The most comprehensive and forward thinking review of  development economics currently available.


This book addresses key issues in development economics, from macroeconomics, finance and governance to trade, industry, agriculture and poverty. Bringing together some of the foremost names in the field, this comprehensive and timely collection constitutes a critical staging post in the future of development economics.


Contributors in this Volume; Introduction; PART I. Overviews: 1. Changing Perspectives in Development Economics; 2. The Market, the State and Institutions in Economic Development; Globalization and Development; 4. Development and the Global Order; PART II. Development Experiences: 5. The East Asian Development Experience; 6. The Latin American Economies During the Second Half of the Twentieth Century - from the Age og 'ISI' to the Age of 'The End of History'; 7. Rethinking African Development; 8. Transition Economies; PART III. Structural and Sectoral Issues: 9. New Growth Theory; 10. Structural Change and Development: The Relative Roles of Effective Demand and the Price Mechanism in a 'Dual' Economy; 11. Agriculture and Development: The Dominant Orthodoxy; PART IV. Trade, Industry and Technology: 12. Trade and Industrial Policy Issues; 13. Technology and Industrial Development in an Era of Globalization; 14. Industrial Policy in the Early 21st Century: The Challenge of the Global Business Revolution; PART V. Financial Markets and Corporate Governance: 15. International Private Capital FLows and Developing Countries; 16. The 'Three Routes' to Financial Crisis: Chile, Mexico and Argentina [1]; Brazil  [2]; and Korea, Malaysia and Thailand [3]; 17. The New International Financial Architecture, Corporate Governance and Competition in Emerging Markets: Empirical Anomalies and Policy Issues; PART VI. Poverty and Inequality: 18. Rural Poverty and Gender: Analytical Frameworks and Policy Proposals; 19. Globalization and the Distribution of Income between and within Countries; 20. Increasing Poverty in a Globalized World: Marshall Plans and Morgenthau Plans as Mechanisms of Polarization of World Incomes; PART VII. Institutions and Governance: 21. On Understanding Markets as Social and Political institutions in Developing Economies; 22. Institutions and Economic Development in Historical Perspective; 23. Globalization, Global Governance and the Dilemmas of Development

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RETHINKING DEVELOPMENT ECONOMICS
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Anthem Studies in Development and Globalization
Reclaiming Nature James K. Boyce (2007)
Real World Economics Edward Fullbrook (2007)
Why Europe Was First Erik Ringmar (2007)
Russia's Oil and Natural Gas Michael Ellman (2006)
Surviving Capitalism Erik Ringmar (2005)
Globalizing India Jackie Assayag and Chris Fuller (2005) A Chance for the World Bank Jozef Ritzen (2005) Reforming the Governance of the IMF and the World Bank Ariel Buira (2005) A Guide to What's Wrong with Economics Edward Fullbrook (2004) Transforming China Peter Nolan (2004)
Rethinking Development Economics Ha-Joon Chang (2003) Public Corruption Robert Nield (2002) Joseph Stiglitz and the World Bank: The Rebel Within Ha-Joon Chang (2001)
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RETHINKING DEVELOPMENT ECONOMICS
Edited by Ha-Joon Chang
Anthem Press
Anthem Press An imprint of Wimbledon Publishing Company www.anthempress.com
This edition first published in UK and USA 2003 by ANTHEM PRESS Reprinted 2004, 2006
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ISBN 978 1 84331 110 2 (Pbk)
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Contributors to this volume
Introduction HA-JOON CHANG
CONTENTS
PART I. Overviews 1. Changing Perspectives in Development Economics JOHN TOYE 2. The Market, the State and Institutions in Economic Development HA-JOON CHANG 3. Globalization and Development DEEPAK NAYYAR 4. Development and the Global Order JOSE ANTONIO OCAMPO
PART II. Development Experiences 5. The East Asian Development Experience HA-JOON CHANG 6. The Latin American Economies During the Second Half of the Twentieth Century – from the Age of ‘ISI’ to the Age of ‘The End of History’ GABRIEL PALMA 7. Rethinking African Development HOWARD STEIN 8. TransitionEconomies MICHAEL ELLMAN
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CONTRIBUTORS
Ha-Joon Chang,Assistant Director of Development Studies, University of Cambridge John Toye,Professor of Economics, University of Oxford Deepak Nayyar,Vice Chancellor, Delhi University Jose Antonio Ocampo,Executive Secretary, Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) Gabriel Palma,University Lecturer in Economics, University of Cambridge Howard Stein,Professor of Economics, Roosevelt University Michael Ellman,Professor of Economics, University of Amsterdam Ben Fine,Professor of Economics, School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of London Amit Bhaduri,Senior Fellow, Institute for Advanced Studies, University of Bologna Terry Byres,Professorial Research Associate, Department of Economics, School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of London Sanjaya Lall,Professor of Development Economics, University of Oxford Peter Nolan,Sinyi Professor of Chinese Management, Judge Institute of Management, University of Cambridge Ilene Grabel,Associate Professor of International Finance, Graduate School of International Studies, University of Denver Ajit Singh,Professor of Economics, University of Cambridge John Sender,Professor of Economics, School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of London Andrea Cornia,Professor of Development Economics, Faculty of Economics, University of Florence Erik Reinert,Centre for Development and Environment, University of Oslo Barbara Harriss-White,University Professor of Development Studies, University of Oxford Martin Khor,Director, Third World Network
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