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Harrison, Graham

Global Encounters

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Table of contents

1. Global Encounters: Three Themes for the International Political Economy of Development
Graham Harrison

Part I. The State and Global Political Economy (Un)Developmental States

2. The Development of Political Underdevelopment
Mick Moore

3. Botswana’s Developmental State and the Politics of Legitimacy
Ian Taylor

4. Uganda as an African ‘Developmental State’?
Timothy M Shaw

5. The Irish State and the Celtic Tiger: A ‘Flexible Developmental State’ or a Competition State?
Peadar Kirby

6. What’s Left of ‘State Capacity’? The Developmental State after Globalization and the East Asian Crisis
Jonathan Perraton

Part II. Networks of Development, New Patterns of Power

7. The Regional Impact of Globalization: The ‘Spatial Fix’ in Southern Textiles, 1974–1997
Phillip J Wood

8. Contentious Development Issues and Transnational Networks
Behrooz Morvaridi

9. Innovations in Trade Union Strategies in Brazil
Marieke Riethof

10. Well Connected? Building Capacity for Pro-Competitive Telecommunications Regulation in Three Caribbean States
Martin Lodge, Lindsay Stirton

Part III. Regulating Globalisation, Development and Liberalisation

11. Offshore or ‘Shorn Off’? The OECD’s Harmful Tax Competition Initiative and Development in Small Island Economies
Richard Woodward

12. Export Processing Zones and Policy Competition for Foreign Direct Investment: The Caribbean ‘Offshore’ Development Model
Tony Heron

13. Backwaters, Currents and the ‘Competitive State’ in the Caribbean: The Imperative of Public Sector Reform
Paul Sutton

Keywords: Economics, Economic Policy, Political Economy, International Relations, Development Studies, Religious Studies, general, Globalization

Editor
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2005
Language
en
Edition
1
Series
International Political Economy Series
Page amount
289 pages
Category
Economy
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9780230502819
Printed ISBN
978-1-349-51506-6

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