Reclaiming Development, 1st ed.

An Alternative Economic Policy Manual

Ha-Joon Chang and Ilene Grabel

Reclaiming Development, 1st ed.

Ha-Joon Chang and Ilene Grabel

Distributed for Zed Books

256 pages | 5.4375 x 8.5
Cloth $60.95 ISBN: 9781842772003 Published May 2004 For sale in North and South America only
Contents
Foreword by Robert H. Wade
Preface to the critique influence change edition

Introduction
Reclaiming Development

Part I Myths and Realities about Development
1 Myth 1 'Today's wealthy countries achieved success through a steadfast commitment to the free market'
2 Myth 2 'Neoliberalism works'
3 Myth 3 'Neoliberal globalization cannot and should not be stopped'
4 Myth 4 'The neoliberal American model of capitalism represents the ideal that all developing countries should seek to replicate'
5 Myth 5 'The East Asian model is idiosyncratic; the Anglo-American model is universal'
6 Myth 6 'Developing countries need the discipline provided by international institutions and by politically independent domestic policymaking institutions'

Part II Economic Policy Alternatives
7 Policy Alternatives 1 Trade and Industry
8 Policy Alternatives 2 Privatization and Intellectual Property Rights
9 Policy Alternatives 3 International Private Capital Flows
10 Policy Alternatives 4 Domestic Financial Regulation
11 Policy Alternatives 5 Macroeconomic Policies and Institutions

Conclusion
Obstacles and Opportunities for Reclaiming Development
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