Developmental Politics in Transition: The Neoliberal Era and Beyond

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C. Kyung-Sup, B. Fine, L. Weiss
Springer, Aug 31, 2012 - Social Science - 329 pages
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Blending theory and case studies, this volume explores a vitally important and topical aspect of developmentalism, which remains a focal point for scholarly and policy debates around democracy and social development in the global political economy. Includes case studies from China, Vietnam, India, Brazil, Uganda, South Korea, Ireland, Australia.

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Neoliberalism and Developmental Politics in Perspective
Critical Issues
Part II Developmental Politics and Neoliberalism in Developing Political Economies
Part III Developmental Politics and Neoliberalism in Developed Political Economies
Part IV Conclusion and Prospect

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PETER ABRAHAMSON Associate Professor of Sociology at University of Copenhagen, Denmark C.P. CHANDRASEKHAR Professor at the Centre for Economic Studies and Planning, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, India CHANG HA-JOON Reader in Economics at the University of Cambridge, UK YIN-WAH CHU Associate Professor in the Department of Sociology at Hong Kong Baptist University, China JULIUS KIIZA Associate Professor of Political Economy and Development at Makerere University, Uganda TAT YAN KONG Reader (Associate Professor) in Comparative Politics and Development Studies at SOAS, University of London, UK KWON HYEONG-KI is an associate professor of Political Science at Seoul National University, South Korea PIETRO MASINA Associate Professor of Political Economy of Development at the University of Naples 'L'Orientale', Italy ALFREDO SAAD-FILHO Professor of Political Economy at SOAS, University of London, UK ALVIN Y. SO Chair Professor of Social Science Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, China ELIZABETH THURBON Senior Lecturer in International Relations at the University of New South Wales, Australia.