The Rest Beyond the West
Edited by Vladimir Popov and Piotr Dutkiewicz
Chapter 6: Global ‘disorder’ and the rise of finance: implications for the development project
The chapter considers the following questions: Is global economic stability necessary for countries wishing to industrialize and complete their development project? Or does some degree of instability actually benefit economies wishing to change their relative position in the international division of labour? If so, what kinds of stability/instability matter? What insights does recent history provide for assessing current possibilities in this regard?
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