The International Political Economy of Transformation in Argentina Brazil and Chile Since 1960

Author: E. Pang
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 140391852X
Format: PDF
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This book is about how the three most important countries in South America have responded to the challenges of globalization since the mid-1960s, the first OPEC price hike, the Third World debt crisis leading to the 'lost-decade' for the continent, and finally bold, but often ill-planned, neo-liberal reforms of the 1990s. Latin America will experience another cycle of structural changes in the coming decades, as the reforms of the 1980s and 1990s failed to produce the desired effects; social justice, fair income distribution, sustainable growth, and consolidation of democracy.

American Empire and the Political Economy of Global Finance

Author: L. Panitch
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 0230227678
Format: PDF, Mobi
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In a lively critique of how international and comparative political economy misjudge the relationship between global markets and states, this book demonstrates the central place of the American state in today's world of globalized finance. The contributors set aside traditional emphases on military intervention, looking instead to economics.

Latin America After Neoliberalism

Author: C. Wylde
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 1137029676
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Wylde analyzes Kirchnerismo in Argentina and the developmental regime approach in the political economy of development in Latin America. He shows the systematic way in which relationships between state-market, state-society, and national-international dichotomies can be characterised within a developmentalist paradigm.

Employment and Development under Globalization

Author: S. Cohn
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 1137001410
Format: PDF, Mobi
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Cohn lays out a new strategy of how states can produce economic development in poor nations – by considering barber shops, beauty parlours, hotels and restaurants in Brazil. Cohn considers the case of nations with budgetary limits that cannot afford to follow the East Asian model, and finds alternative policies that create jobs and reduce poverty.

The Future of Entrepreneurship in Latin America

Author: E. Brenes
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 1137003324
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This book examines the outlook for Latin American entrepreneurs in the new global environment. Using case studies from across the region, the book highlights liberalization measures nations are adopting to facilitate small and medium size enterprise (SME) creation and growth, and existing barriers that are threatening SME sector gains.

Latin American Responses to Globalization in the 21st Century

Author: M. Nilsson
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 113700312X
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Written by a diverse group of scholars and practitioners from Latin America, the US and Europe and taking into consideration the recent global financial crisis,the book offers a multifaceted insight into the expectations as well as the possible threats related to Latin America's incorporation into the sphere of global interconnectedness.

Rethinking Development Challenges for Public Policy

Author: K. Hanson
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 0230393276
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Covers topical issues for Africa's development, economics and politics of climate change, water management, public service delivery, and delivering aid. The authors argue that these issues should be included in the post-MDG paradigm and add an important voice to recent moves by academics and practitioners to engage with each other.

Governance Ecosystems

Author: J. Sagebien
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 0230353282
Format: PDF, ePub
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The authors explore the complex dynamics of mining and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) in Latin America, including a reflection on the African continent, presenting arguments and case studies based on new research on a set of urgent and emerging questions surrounding mining, development and sustainability.