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The New Political Economy of Development

Globalization, Imperialism, Hegemony

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Palgrave

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Hardcover - 9781403999962

15 January 2007

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15 January 2007

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This major new text analyses changes and continuities in the current international order and their implications for understanding international development in the 21st century. The author assesses the extent and impact of...

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This major new text analyses changes and continuities in the current international order and their implications for understanding international development in the 21st century. The author assesses the extent and impact of globalization, the emergence of a more aggressive stance by the U.S. and the debates to which they have given rise.

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A major new text on the political economy of development designed to replace Ankie Hoogvelt's highly successful Globalization and the Postcolonial World which there will not be a rd edition
Very readable and lucid critique of both mainstream thinking on globalization and development and of key arguments of many of its radical critics

Introduction
Capitalist Expansion and Imperialism
Pre-War Capitalism and Development
The End of the Post-War Boom and Capitalist Restructuring
Globalization and Contemporary Imperialism: Theoretical Debates
Cosmopolitan Globalization and Global Governance
Globalization, Poverty and the Contemporary World Economy
Globalization, Neo-Liberal and the State
Globalization, Regionalization and Hegemony
Resisting Globalization: Islam, Post-Development and Global Justice
Conclusion.
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RAY KIELY is Professor of International Politics, Queen Mary and Westfield College, University of London, UK.

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RAY KIELY is Professor of International Politics, Queen Mary and Westfield College, University of London, UK.

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