Globalization and Third-World Socialism: Cuba and Vietnamby C. Brundenius
After the collapse of the Soviet Union, it appeared that development would be defined by the neo-liberal strategy of integration into the world market. This book investigates alternative strategies for developing countries through case studies of Cuba and Vietnam, and with reference to the experience of China. The essays assess the transitions of the two countries to world market integration, with emphasis on the role of state enterprises, structural transformation, and provision of social welfare.
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Claes Brundenius is Associate Professor and Senior Research Fellow at the Centre for Development Research, Copenhagen.
John Weeks is Professor of Development Economics and Director of the Centre for Development Policy and Research at the School of Oriental and African Studies, London.
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