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Dictating Development: How Europe Shaped the Global Periphery (Paperback)

Jonathan Tabor Krieckhaus

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ISBN 10: 0822959143 / ISBN 13: 9780822959144
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Paperback. Dictating Development presents a powerful and original analysis of how colonialism has profoundly impacted the varying economic growth of developing nations. While previous st.Shipping may be from our Sydney, NSW warehouse or from our UK or US warehouse, depending on stock availability. 251 pages. 0.386. N° de ref. de la librería 9780822959144

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Título: Dictating Development: How Europe Shaped the...

Año de publicación: 2006

Encuadernación: Paperback

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This book offers a well-researched and persuasive argument about the external mechanisms that shape economic development. Krieckhaus's work systematically explores the impact that wars, colonial legacies, and external states have had on economic growth in developing countries. Given the recent tendency of scholars to emphasize the internal causes of economic growth over possible external causes, "Dictating Development" offers a welcome and timely addition to the development literature. --Kent Eaton, Naval Postgraduate School" In this admirable and important book Krieckhaus asks why some developing countries have experienced faster economic growth than others. Eschewing narrow and common answers, he refocuses our attention on the broader and deeper determinants located in the global milieu of developing countries. For all those interested in the political economy of development this is a must read. --Atul Kohli, Princeton University" This book addresses a central question of global human welfare: why do some countries achieve sustained economic growth and others stagnate? Professor Krieckhaus provides answers that integrate economics and political science, statistical analysis and historical case studies. The result is sobering, hopeful, and a fascinating read. --William Keech, Carnegie Mellon University" " This book offers a well-researched and persuasive argument about the external mechanisms that shape economic development. Krieckhaus's work systematically explores the impact that wars, colonial legacies, and external states have had on economic growth in developing countries. Given the recent tendency of scholars to emphasize the internal causes of economic growth over possible external causes, < I> Dictating Development< /I> offers a welcome and timely addition to the development literature." --Kent Eaton, Naval Postgraduate School " In this admirable and important book Krieckhaus asks why some developing countries have experienced faster economic growth than others. Eschewing narrow and common answers, he refocuses our attention on the broader and deeper determinants located in the global milieu of developing countries. For all those interested in the political economy of development this is a must read." --Atul Kohli, Princeton University " This book addresses a central question of global human welfare: why do some countries achieve sustained economic growth and others stagnate? Professor Krieckhaus provides answers that integrate economics and political science, statistical analysis and historical case studies. The result is sobering, hopeful, and a fascinating read." --William Keech, Carnegie Mellon University "This book offers a well-researched and persuasive argument about the external mechanisms that shape economic development. Krieckhaus's work systematically explores the impact that wars, colonial legacies, and external states have had on economic growth in developing countries. Given the recent tendency of scholars to emphasize the internal causes of economic growth over possible external causes, "Dictating Development" offers a welcome and timely addition to the development literature." --Kent Eaton, Naval Postgraduate School "In this admirable and important book Krieckhaus asks why some developing countries have experienced faster economic growth than others. Eschewing narrow and common answers, he refocuses our attention on the broader and deeper determinants located in the global milieu of developing countries. For all those interested in the political economy of development this is a must read." --Atul Kohli, Princeton University "This book addresses a central question of global human welfare: why do some countries achieve sustained economic growth and others stagnate? Professor Krieckhaus provides answers that integrate economics and political science, statistical analysis and historical case studies. The result is sobering, hopeful, and a fascinating read." --William Keech, Carnegie Mellon University

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