Towards a new political economy of development : states and regions in the post-neoliberal world / Gerard Strange.

Strange, Gerard, author.
Other Title:
States and regions in the post-neoliberal world
Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire ; New York, NY : Palgrave Macmillan, 2014.
International political economy series.
International political economy series
xii, 254 pages ; 23 cm.
Economic development -- Political aspects.
Economic development -- Political aspects -- Case studies.
Globalization -- Economic aspects.
Globalization -- Economic aspects -- Case studies.
China -- Economic policy -- Case studies.
Latin America -- Economic policy -- Case studies.
European Union countries -- Economic policy -- Case studies.
Part I, Globalisation, the New Developmentalism and World Order Change: After Neoliberalism and Hegemony.
1 Introduction: Globalisation, the Diffusion of Power and the Post-Listian Developmentalist Turn - The Structural Parameters of Contemporary World Order Change
2 Globalisation's Impact on States, Strategies and Accumulation Regimes: From Neoliberalism to the New Kenyesian Macroeconomics
Part II, The Political Economy of China's Post-Listian Rise: State Developmentalism beyond Neomercantilism.
3 Debating Contemporary Developmentalism and the 'China Model': From Neomercantilism to 'Gated' Globalisation
4 Beyond the Gated Globe: China as a Post-Listian Developmental State
Part III, Post-Neoliberal South America: Between National and Regional Neodevelopmentalism.
5 The New Developmental Regionalism in Post-Neoliberal South America
6 The Theoretical Contestation of Developmental Regionalism in South America
7 National Neodevelopmentalist Models in South America
8 The Tensions, Contradictions and Possibilities of the Liberal Neodevelopmentalist Model
Part IV, The European Union and the Eurozone: A Developmental Outlier in Crisis and Reform.
9 The Political Economy of 'Maastricht EMU': Depoliticisation and the German Model
10 The French Model of European Monetary Union: Sovereignty, the Eurozone Debt Crisis and the Repoliticisation of the Euro
11 Conclusion: Developmentalist Globalisation, US Decline and Post-Listian World Order.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 233-248) and index.
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