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The global economic crisis and the developing world : implications and prospects for recovery and growth / / edited by Ashwini Deshpande and Keith Nurse

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Titolo: The global economic crisis and the developing world : implications and prospects for recovery and growth / / edited by Ashwini Deshpande and Keith Nurse Visualizza cluster
Pubblicazione: London : , : Routledge, , 2012
Descrizione fisica: 1 online resource (381 p.)
Disciplina: 330.9172/4
Soggetto topico: Global Financial Crisis, 2008-2009
Soggetto geografico: Developing countries Economic conditions 21st century
Developing countries Economic policy 21st century
Soggetto genere / forma: Electronic books.
Altri autori: DeshpandeAshwini <1965->  
Note generali: Description based upon print version of record.
Nota di bibliografia: Includes bibliographical references and index.
Nota di contenuto: Front Cover; The Global Economic Crisis and the Developing World; Copyright Page; Contents; List of figures; List of tables; Notes on contributors; 1. Global economic crisis and the developing world: an introduction: Ashwini Deshpande and Keith Nurse; Part I: Insights from history; 2 Trade liberalization, industrialization and development: theexperience of recent decades Mehdi Shafaedin; 3. The slowing down of the engine of growth: Was W.A. Lewis right about global economic crises and the impact on the peripheries?: Keith Nurse; 4. Africa: dependency and crisis
the Great Depression and the 2008 recession: Bill FreundPart II: The finance and trade dimension; 5. Reassessing capital controls: theoretical perspectives and empirical evidence: Vanessa da Costa Val Munhoz and Gilberto Libânio; 6. Trade dimensions in the impact of the global financial crisis indeveloping countries: are the policy responses overlooking them?: Aldo Caliari; 7. Trade integration after the Great Recession: the case of Argentina: Leandro Serino; Part III: The technology and innovation dimension
8. Is renewables a solution? Ethanol and the environment - the missing point: Luiz M. Niemeyer9. Creative destruction and recovery in Latin America: an out-of-crisis roadmap centred on technology and industrial policies: Elisa Calza, Mario Cimoli, Annalisa Primi and Sebastián Rovira; Part IV: The gender and employment dimension; 10. Economic cycles and gendered employment patterns in Turkey: Özge İzdeş; 11. Comparative regional gendered impacts of the global economic crisis on international trade and production in the developing world: Jason Jackson
Part V: The scenario for big developing states: the case of SouthAfrica12. The impact of the global financial crisis on the South African economy: Seeraj Mohamed; 13. Inequality and unemployment in the growth and recovery process: a case study of South Africa: Fiona Tregenna; Part VI: The scenario for small developing states: the Caribbean; 14. Factors impacting on whether and how businesses respond to early warning signs of financial and economic turmoil: Jamaican firms in the global crisis: David Tennant; 15. Crisis response: beyond Caribbean remittances: Jessica Jones; Index
Sommario/riassunto: The world economy is currently in the throes of a global economic crisis reminiscent of the great depressions of the 1930s and the 1870s. As back then, the crisis has exposed the major structural imbalances in financial and credit markets in addition to global trade forcing many governments, developed and developing, to impose debilitating austerity measures that are exacerbating the structural weaknesses that caused the crisis in the first place.This volume offers historical insights into the origins of the contemporary crisis as well as detailed analyses of the financial and
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ISBN: 1-280-77631-5
Formato: Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione: Inglese
Record Nr.: 9910462409903321
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Serie: Routledge studies in development economics ; ; 95.