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- PreviewRethinking Development Strategies After the Financial Crisis, Volume I: Making the Case for Policy SpaceBook by Alfredo Calcagno, Sebastian Dullien, Alejandro Márquez-Velázquez, Nicolas Maystre, Jan Priewe (ed), 2015, 118 pagesCategories: Globalization and Development Strategies, Macroeconomic Policy
The global financial crisis in 2008 marked a starting point for a comprehensive rethinking of economic theories and policies, reinforcing the importance of implementing strategies for development as opposed to leaving the economy to market forces. In this context, this publication explores the nature and consequences of the crisis, as well as the diversity of economic and social development among developing countries, and looks at the reasons behind the recent improvement in developing countries' performances and its potential for continuation after the financial crisis.
- PreviewRethinking Development Strategies After the Financial Crisis, Volume Ii: Countries Studies and International Comparisons (English)Report by Alfredo Calcagno, Sebastian Dullien, Alejandro Márquez-Velázquez, Nicolas Maystre, Jan Priewe (ed), 2016, 105 pagesCategories: Trade Facilitation, Trade Policy Analysis and Trade Data Sources
Theoretical thinking on economic development largely relies on comparative analysis. In particular, it explores the reasons why some countries or regions have performed better than others in the long run. Essays in Volume II of this publication contribute to this approach, as well as examining why the performance in a given country or group of countries has improved or deteriorated in the long-term depending on changing development strategies.