A Global Multidisciplinary Perspective
Edited by Peter A.G. van Bergeijk, Arjan de Haan and Rolph van der Hoeven
The Financial Crisis and Developing Countries discusses and analyses regional and country specific impacts of the financial crisis in emerging markets and developing countries, covering all continents. Using heterodox and mainstream methodologies, the book develops a multidisciplinary perspective on the crisis phenomenon as it examines how the crisis changes concepts of development, critically discusses the mainstream approach, analyses (global) governance issues (including the G20) and shows the actual impact for the poor and crisis vulnerable.
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- The Financial Crisis and Developing Countries A Global Multidisciplinary Perspective
- Preface and Acknowledgements
- Chapter 1: Introduction: Crisis? What Crisis? For Whom?
- Chapter 2: Re-orienting Development in Uncertain Times
- Chapter 3: How Have Poor Women and Men Experienced the Global Economic Crisis: What Have We Learned?
- Chapter 4: After the Gold Rush: Prospects for Africa, Economic Recovery and Long Term Growth
- Chapter 5: A Historical Ethnography of Recessions: Crises in Yogyakarta
- Chapter 6: Chinese Savings Gluts or Northern Financialisation? The Ideological Expediency of Crisis Narratives
- Chapter 7: Short- and Long-run Macroeconomic Effects of Keynesian Trade Policies in the Presence of Debt Servicing
- Chapter 8: FDI Volatility and Development
- Chapter 9: Financial Globalization, Current Crisis and Labour in Developing Countries
- Chapter 10: Impact of the Global Crises (Financial, Economic and Food): The Case of Microfinance in Latin America
- Chapter 11: Crisis, Employment and Poverty in the Middle East and North Africa
- Chapter 12: Crisis and Exclusionary Growth in Europe’s ‘East’
- Chapter 13: The Crisis in South Asia: From Jobless Growth to Jobless Slump?
- Chapter 14: Diamonds are for Never: The Economic Crisis and the Diamond Polishing Industry in India
- Chapter 15: Defending Vulnerable Workers in South Africa after the Crisis: What Role for COSATU?
- Chapter 16: How China Managed the Impact of the Financial Crisis: Globalization and Public Policy Responses in an Emerging Economy
- Chapter 17: Thailand From Crisis to Crisis: Do We Ever Learn?
- Chapter 18: The Global Economic Crisis and the Future of Globalization
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