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The New Regional Politics of Development

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The New Regional Politics of Development assesses the various development strategies being pursued in each of the major regions of the world. While huge inequalities in wealth and capacity remain a hallmark of the...

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The New Regional Politics of Development assesses the various development strategies being pursued in each of the major regions of the world. While huge inequalities in wealth and capacity remain a hallmark of the twenty-first century world order, the contributors argue that hard and fast distinctions between developed and developing states are outdated and inhibit our understanding of the real relationships and dynamics at work.

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A major new contribution to understanding regions and regionalism in the contemporary world Written by experts in the field to a common format addressing a coherent agenda Embodies a new approach to the study of development drawing on global political economy

Rethinking Development inside International Political Economy; A.Payne
The Americas; N.Phillips
Europe; B.Rosamond
Northeast Asia; S.Breslin
Southeast Asia; M.Beeson
South Asia; A.Wyatt
The Post-Soviet Space; N.Robinson
The Middle East; S.Bromley
Sub-Saharan Africa; G.Harrison
Concluding Thoughts and Next Steps; A.Payne.

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ANTHONY PAYNE is Professor of Politics, University of Sheffield and Co-Director of the Political Economy Research Centre at the University of Sheffield. He is currently working on a book on The Global Politics of Unequal Development also for publication by Palgrave Macmillan.

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ANTHONY PAYNE is Professor of Politics, University of Sheffield and Co-Director of the Political Economy Research Centre at the University of Sheffield. He is currently working on a book on The Global Politics of Unequal Development also for publication by Palgrave Macmillan.

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