Edited by Vai Io Lo and Mary Hiscock
Taking an interdisciplinary approach, Vai Io Lo and Mary Hiscock, together with scholars and researchers from around the world, investigate the rise of the BRICS and assess the extent of their further development and influence from the perspectives of economics, international relations and law.
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- The Rise of the BRICS in the Global Political Economy
- Chapter 1: The BRICS: An Indian perspective
- Chapter 2: How solid are the BRICS? An economic overview
- Chapter 3: Fiscal policy and Chinaís economic growth
- Chapter 4: Productivity differences, technology adoption and economic growth: The case of India
- Chapter 5: Brazil: A soft power rising with the BRICS towards a multipolar world
- Chapter 6: Sino-Brazilian trade and antidumping concerns
- Chapter 7: Joining the BRICs: The case of South Africa
- Chapter 8: Implications of the rise of the BRIC countries for Africa
- Chapter 9: The BRICS: Experiments with state capitalism and institutional investment
- Chapter 10: The power of the BRICS in world trade and growth, analysing the macroeconomic impacts within and across the bloc
- Chapter 11: The BRICS+: Fault lines and opportunities
- Chapter 12: The BRICS: A model for living on the earth
- Chapter 13: The BRICS and Russia
- Chapter 14: New players, new rules? The BRICS and global economic governance
- Chapter 15: BRICS and mortar(s): Breaking or building the global system?
- Chapter 16: China's path to development: Does law matter?
- Chapter 17: The role of the BRICS in international law in a multipolar world
- Chapter 18: Conclusions: The BRICS - Ascendancy, decline or plateau?
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