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Reclaiming development : an alternative economic policy manual, Ha-Joon Chang and Ilene Grabel ; with a foreword by Robert H. Wade, (electronic book)

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Reclaiming development : an alternative economic policy manual
Title
Reclaiming development
Title remainder
an alternative economic policy manual
Statement of responsibility
Ha-Joon Chang and Ilene Grabel ; with a foreword by Robert H. Wade
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Language
eng
Summary
There is no alternative to neoliberal economics - or so it appeared when Ha-Joon Chang and Ilene Grabel's Reclaiming Development was published in 2004. While much has changed since, many of the same driving assumptions - monetarism and globalization - remain in international development. Chang and Grabel confront this model head-on, combining devastating economic critique with an in-depth analysis of the experiences of leading economies, making this path-breaking book even more relevant today
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Chang, Ha-Joon
Dewey number
338.90091724
LC call number
HF2580.9 .C384 2014
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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Grabel, Ilene
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Developing countries
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Reclaiming development : an alternative economic policy manual, Ha-Joon Chang and Ilene Grabel ; with a foreword by Robert H. Wade, (electronic book)
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Publication
Contents
  • Front cover; critique influence change; About the authors; Title; Copyright; Contents; Acknowledgements; List of Abbreviations; Foreword by Robert H. Wade; The neoclassical paradigm; The occlusion of power and class; Finance as 'oil in the engine'; The maxi-max basis of neoclassical policy prescription; The art of paradigm maintenance; Reclaiming development; Notes; Preface to the critique influence change edition; Notes; Introduction: Reclaiming Development; Note; Part I Myths and Realities about Development
  • 1 Myth 1 'Today's wealthy countries achieved success through a steadfast commitment to the free market'1.1 The Myth; 1.2 The Myth Explored; 1.3 The Myth Rejected; Notes; 2 Myth 2 'Neoliberalism works'; 2.1 The Myth; 2.2 The Myth Explored; 2.3 The Myth Rejected; Notes; 3 Myth 3 'Neoliberal globalization cannot and should not be stopped'; 3.1 The Myth; 3.2 The Myth Explored; 3.3 The Myth Rejected; Notes; 4 Myth 4 'The neoliberal American model of capitalism represents the ideal that all developing countries should seek to replicate'; 4.1 The Myth; 4.2 The Myth Explored; 4.3 The Myth Rejected
  • Notes5 Myth 5 'The East Asian model is idiosyncratic; the Anglo-American model is universal'; 5.1 The Myth; 5.2 The Myth Explored; 5.3 The Myth Rejected; Notes; 6 Myth 6 'Developing countries need the discipline provided by international institutions and by politically independent domestic policymaking institutions'; 6.1 The Myth; 6.2 The Myth Explored; 6.3 The Myth Rejected; Part II Economic Policy Alternatives; 7 Policy Alternatives 1 Trade and Industry; 7.1 Trade Policy; 7.2 Industrial Policy; Notes; 8 Policy Alternatives 2 Privatization and Intellectual Property Rights; 8.1 Privatization
  • 8.2 Intellectual Property RightsNotes; 9 Policy Alternatives 3 International Private Capital Flows; 9.1 General Analysis; 9.2 Foreign Bank Borrowing; 9.3 Portfolio Investment; 9.4 Foreign Direct Investment; Notes; 10 Policy Alternatives 4 Domestic Financial Regulation; 11 Policy Alternatives 5 Macroeconomic Policies and Institutions; 11.1 Exchange Rate and Currency Policies; 11.2 Central Banking and Monetary Policy; 11.3 Fiscal Policy; Notes; Conclusion: Obstacles and Opportunities for Reclaiming Development; References; Recommended Further Reading; Index; Back cover
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PurchEBL1595477
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unknown
Edition
2nd ed.
Extent
1 online resource (258 p.)
Form of item
electronic
Governing access note
There is no limit to the number of simultaneous users but there is a limit of 200 uses (cumulative between all users) in each 12 month period, from the date of purchase. Library staff are alerted when the remaining number of uses is low and will decide whether to buy another copy.Printing is restricted to 20% of the total pages of the ebook, per patron. Copying and pasting is restricted to 5% of the total pages of the ebook, per person. However, printing and copy and paste permissions in excess of this may be granted by some publishers
Isbn
9781780325590
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remote
Label
Reclaiming development : an alternative economic policy manual, Ha-Joon Chang and Ilene Grabel ; with a foreword by Robert H. Wade, (electronic book)
Publication
Contents
  • Front cover; critique influence change; About the authors; Title; Copyright; Contents; Acknowledgements; List of Abbreviations; Foreword by Robert H. Wade; The neoclassical paradigm; The occlusion of power and class; Finance as 'oil in the engine'; The maxi-max basis of neoclassical policy prescription; The art of paradigm maintenance; Reclaiming development; Notes; Preface to the critique influence change edition; Notes; Introduction: Reclaiming Development; Note; Part I Myths and Realities about Development
  • 1 Myth 1 'Today's wealthy countries achieved success through a steadfast commitment to the free market'1.1 The Myth; 1.2 The Myth Explored; 1.3 The Myth Rejected; Notes; 2 Myth 2 'Neoliberalism works'; 2.1 The Myth; 2.2 The Myth Explored; 2.3 The Myth Rejected; Notes; 3 Myth 3 'Neoliberal globalization cannot and should not be stopped'; 3.1 The Myth; 3.2 The Myth Explored; 3.3 The Myth Rejected; Notes; 4 Myth 4 'The neoliberal American model of capitalism represents the ideal that all developing countries should seek to replicate'; 4.1 The Myth; 4.2 The Myth Explored; 4.3 The Myth Rejected
  • Notes5 Myth 5 'The East Asian model is idiosyncratic; the Anglo-American model is universal'; 5.1 The Myth; 5.2 The Myth Explored; 5.3 The Myth Rejected; Notes; 6 Myth 6 'Developing countries need the discipline provided by international institutions and by politically independent domestic policymaking institutions'; 6.1 The Myth; 6.2 The Myth Explored; 6.3 The Myth Rejected; Part II Economic Policy Alternatives; 7 Policy Alternatives 1 Trade and Industry; 7.1 Trade Policy; 7.2 Industrial Policy; Notes; 8 Policy Alternatives 2 Privatization and Intellectual Property Rights; 8.1 Privatization
  • 8.2 Intellectual Property RightsNotes; 9 Policy Alternatives 3 International Private Capital Flows; 9.1 General Analysis; 9.2 Foreign Bank Borrowing; 9.3 Portfolio Investment; 9.4 Foreign Direct Investment; Notes; 10 Policy Alternatives 4 Domestic Financial Regulation; 11 Policy Alternatives 5 Macroeconomic Policies and Institutions; 11.1 Exchange Rate and Currency Policies; 11.2 Central Banking and Monetary Policy; 11.3 Fiscal Policy; Notes; Conclusion: Obstacles and Opportunities for Reclaiming Development; References; Recommended Further Reading; Index; Back cover
Control code
PurchEBL1595477
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
2nd ed.
Extent
1 online resource (258 p.)
Form of item
electronic
Governing access note
There is no limit to the number of simultaneous users but there is a limit of 200 uses (cumulative between all users) in each 12 month period, from the date of purchase. Library staff are alerted when the remaining number of uses is low and will decide whether to buy another copy.Printing is restricted to 20% of the total pages of the ebook, per patron. Copying and pasting is restricted to 5% of the total pages of the ebook, per person. However, printing and copy and paste permissions in excess of this may be granted by some publishers
Isbn
9781780325590
Specific material designation
remote

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