4 edition of Rethinking the role of the state in development found in the catalog.
Rethinking the role of the state in development
Includes bibliographical references (p. 310-311) and index.
|LC Classifications||HC59.7 .S564 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||323 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||323|
|LC Control Number||93902689|
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Sobhan, Rehman. Rethinking the role of the state in development. Dhaka, Bangladesh: University Press, The developmental network state. Debates on the appropriate role for the state in science and technology development have continued for over years (Smith, ).
In the U.S., even when a role for the state is acknowledged, the appropriate government function is often viewed as influencing the volume, not the direction of investment (Graham Cited by: The role of the state in LEDCs thus needs to be re-examined in order to construct more fruitful policy recommendations.
According to Robert Wade, the current neoliberal World Trade Organisation regime “actively prevent(s) developing countries from pursuing the kinds of industrial and technology policies adopted by () the older developed.
Rethinking Development offers accessible and thought-provoking overviews of contemporary topics in international development and aid. Providing original empirical and analytical insights, the books in this series push thinking in new directions by challenging current. Global Financial Development Report is the first in a new World Bank series.
It provides a unique contribution to financial sector policy debates, building on novel data, surveys, research, and wide-ranging country experience, with emphasis on emerging-market and developing economies. It broadens the policy debate, expands the policy options and proposes alternative development strategies.
This book captures the lively, and sometimes contentious, debate, but in the end, it provides a note of optimism for the future of a subcontinent whose economic experience has been so disappointing.
The role of the State has been much maligned from a constant and consistent attack from the Right. There has been an undermining of its competence and legitimacy, and a disregard or indeed ignorance of its success in wealth creation, social progress, and improving the broader quality of life of citizens.
The Developmental Network State. Debates on the appropriate role for the state in science and technology development have continued for over two hundred years. 15 In the U.S., even when a role for the state is acknowledged, the appropriate government function is often viewed as inﬂuencing the volume, not the direction of investment.
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In F. Deyo (Ed.), The political economy of new Asian industrialism (pp. Rethinking the Role of the State in Economic Development also allow firms to streamline their businesses. Therefore, a combination of exports, together with protection from foreign firms and some liberalization of trade and FDI may be considered a healthy mix.
At the bureaucracy level, the argument of capability implies that. Books» Key Regional Author(s) World Bank. Metadata. Show full item record. Abstract The goal of this inaugural global financial development report is to contribute to the evolving debate on the role of the state in the financial sector, highlighted from the perspective of development.
Rethinking the Role of the State in Finance. Rehman Sobhan (Bengali: রেহমান সোবহান; born 12 March ) is a Bangladeshi economist and freedom played an active role in the Bengali nationalist movement in the s.
He was also a member of the first Planning Commission in Bangladesh and a close associate of Sheikh Mujibur was awarded the Independence Day Award in Deliberation is the process by which a group of people, each with equal voice, can - via a process of discussion and debate - reach an agreement.
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While a variety of twentieth-century states have played important roles in promoting development, theorizing with regard to the twentieth-century developmental state has drawn most heavily on East Asia after the Second World War.
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