Globalization and Business Politics in Arab North Africa: A Comparative Perspectiveby Melani Claire Cammett
Pre-economic liberalization relations between business and the state condition how groups organize before large-scale economic change.See more details below
Pre-economic liberalization relations between business and the state condition how groups organize before large-scale economic change.
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Table of Contents
Part I. The Framework: 1. Rethinking globalization and business politics; 2. Globalization and integration in international apparel manufacturing networks: the new politics of industrial development; Part II. The Institutional Context: 3. Business and the state in Tunisia: statist development, capital dispersion, and preemptive integration in world markets; 4. Business in the state in Morocco: business penetration of the state and the genesis of the 'fat cat'; Part III. Globalization and Institutional Change: 5. Business as usual: state-sponsored industrialization and business collective inaction in Tunisia; 6. Fat cats and self-made men: class conflict and business collective action in Morocco; 7. Globalization, business politics, and industrial policy in developing countries.
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