A distinguished group of international and development economists surveys the major issues in international development finance and trade. They are particularly concerned to consider the implications of trade and finance for global poverty and prosperity. The book includes an assessment of the life and work of Sidney Dell, in whose memory it has been written.
|Publisher:||Palgrave Macmillan UK|
|Edition description:||1st ed. 1995|
|Product dimensions:||5.51(w) x 8.50(h) x (d)|
Table of ContentsPreface - Notes on the Contributors - PART 1: THE LIFE AND WORK OF SIDNEY DELL - A Man for All Nations: Sidney Dell, 1918-1990; S.Abrahamian - Sidney Dell and the Development Dialogue; G.Corea - PART 2: EXTERNAL DEBT, FINANCE AND ADJUSTMENT - The Great Latin American Debt Crisis: Ten Years of Asymmetric Adjustment; R.Devlin & R.Ffrench-Davis - External Debt and External Finance for Sub-Saharan Africa: The Continuing Problem; G.Helleiner - The IMF in Sub-Saharan African Structural Adjustment: No Lenders of First Resort; R.Herbold Green - On Diagnosing the Causes of the Slump in Eastern Europe; J.Williamson - PART 3: FINANCIAL REFORM: NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL - Financial Liberalization in Developing Countries: Keynes, Kalecki and the Rentier; Y.Akyuz - Selected International Policy Issues on Private Market Financing for Developing Countries; E.Bacha - PART 4: TRADE, MARKETS AND GOVERNMENT - Why We Need a Structured Market; F.Stewart - NAFTA: What Kind of Future?; A.Fishlow - A Comparative Perspective on Democratization: Theory and Experience in the Post-Cold War World; L.Whitehead - Index