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The Global Politics of Unequal Development

By: Anthony Payne.
Publisher: New York Palgrave Macmillan 2005Description: 304.ISBN: 9780333740729.Subject(s): Management (Politics)Summary: Preface :- This book continues, and in some ways concludes, my personal project over the past few years to reinsert the issue of development more fully into the intellectual agenda of international relations and international political economy, I have pursued this agenda via the publication of an initial 'think piece' which set out an embryonic case for a 'reforming' of the global politics of development;the subsequent clarification in another published paper of some of the theoretical ground on which this might be based: and the editing of a companion book to this, also published by pal grave Macmillan and entitled the new the new Regional political of development, which sought to explore the diversity of contemporary country development strategies by means of a comparison of the development experience of key regions of the world. The main innovation of this collection was perhaps the way that it deliberately cut across the familiar, and in my view highly problematic, analytical division between so-called 'developed' and 'developing' countries.
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Preface :-
This book continues, and in some ways concludes, my personal project over the past few years to reinsert the issue of development more fully into the intellectual agenda of international relations and international political economy, I have pursued this agenda via the publication of an initial 'think piece' which set out an embryonic case for a 'reforming' of the global politics of development;the subsequent clarification in another published paper of some of the theoretical ground on which this might be based: and the editing of a companion book to this, also published by pal grave Macmillan and entitled the new the new Regional political of development, which sought to explore the diversity of contemporary country development strategies by means of a comparison of the development experience of key regions of the world. The main innovation of this collection was perhaps the way that it deliberately cut across the familiar, and in my view highly problematic, analytical division between so-called 'developed' and 'developing' countries.

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