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Carroll, Toby

The Politics of Marketising Asia

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Table of contents

1. Theorising Asia’s Marketisation under Late Capitalism: Risk, Capital and the New Politics of Development
Toby Carroll, Darryl S. L. Jarvis

2. Risk, Social Protection and the World Market
Paul Cammack

3. The International Finance Corporation’s Transformation of Development in the Asia-Pacific: Working on, through and around the State
Toby Carroll

4. Regulatory States in the South: Can they Exist and Do We Want them? The Case of the Indonesian Power Sector
Darryl S. L. Jarvis

5. State-Building and Primitive Accumulation in Solomon Islands: The Unintended Consequences of Risk Mitigation at the Frontiers of Global Capitalist Expansion
Shahar Hameiri

6. Into the Deep: The World Bank Group and Mining Regimes in Laos, the Philippines and Papua New Guinea
Pascale Hatcher

7. Building Neoliberal Markets and Other Agendas: The Politics of Risk Management at AusAID
Thomas Wanner, Andrew Rosser

8. Market Building and Risk under a Regime in Transition: The Asian Development Bank in Myanmar (Burma)
Adam Simpson

9. Reforming the Chinese Railway Sector: The Role and Limits of International Governmental Organisations in Building Markets
Marc Laperrouza

10. Institutional Design and Quality as Determinants of Market Building: The Markets for Corporate Control in Asia
Alberto Asquer

11. The Market Turn in Jakarta’s Water Supply: Vested Interests and Challenges of Realising the Regulatory State
Leong Ching

12. Problems and Obstacles to Market Building in the Indian Energy Sector
Pramod Kumar Yadav

Keywords: Economics, Economic Policy, Political Economy, Development Studies, Asian Economics, Development Policy, International Organization

Editor
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2014
Language
en
Edition
1
Series
Studies in the Political Economy of Public Policy
Page amount
333 pages
Category
Economy
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9781137001672
Printed ISBN
978-1-349-43365-0

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