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Emerging Markets and the State

Developmentalism in the 21st Century

  • Christopher Wylde

Part of the International Political Economy Series book series (IPES)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xi
  2. Christopher Wylde
    Pages 1-14
  3. Christopher Wylde
    Pages 15-42
  4. Christopher Wylde
    Pages 43-69
  5. Christopher Wylde
    Pages 71-96
  6. Christopher Wylde
    Pages 97-127
  7. Christopher Wylde
    Pages 129-158
  8. Christopher Wylde
    Pages 159-184
  9. Christopher Wylde
    Pages 185-209
  10. Christopher Wylde
    Pages 211-222
  11. Back Matter
    Pages 223-228

About this book

Introduction

This book, through an analysis of case studies in Latin America and Southeast Asia, sets out to understand the form and function of contemporary states seeking to guide and cajole markets, hoping to stimulate economic growth and generate robust development outcomes. In the context of contemporary globalization, and the hegemony of a neoliberal mode of capital accumulation, independent state-directed development has moved away from the reach of many emerging markets. Wylde’s analysis reveals that, contrary to much of the literature espousing the ‘end of the state’, the role of the state in the 21st century development process continues to be of pivotal importance.

Keywords

International Political Economy Southeast Asia Malaysia Latin America Argentina Emerging markets Developmentalism Developmental State Developmental Regime

Authors and affiliations

  • Christopher Wylde
    • 1
  1. 1.School of Communications, Arts & Social ScienceRichmond, the American International University in LondonRichmondUnited Kingdom

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