In the past two decades many developing countries have embraced the challenge of globalization by rushing to dismantle trade barriers and to promote increasingly liberal market-oriented policies. However, a broader response to globalization is both necessary and possible if countries are to develop as quickly and as fully as possible. Exploring this complex interrelationship between globalization, liberalization, and human and social development, this innovative book undertakes a full analysis of development policy, strategy and practice in a variety of countries, with equal weight provided to Asia, Latin America and Africa. An internationally renowned team of contributors examines the complex network of connections and the implications for international development policy, strategy and practice. Advocating the inclusion of sustainable human development as a key element in countries' responses to globalization, key points highlighted include the need to nurture an enabling environment, and to promote education and RaD. These elements, coupled with sound macroeconomic management, are all required in equipping a country to integrate more effectively into the world economy. This innovative new approach to globalization and development set out in this volume will be essential reading for academics and practitioners alike.Manuel Agosin, David Bloom, Deputy Director Harvard Institute for International Development and Professor of Population and Health Economics David Bloom, George ... He obtained his PhD in Economics from Columbia University. Duringanbsp;...
|Title||:||Solving the Riddle of Globalization and Development|
|Author||:||Manuel Agosin, David Bloom, Deputy Director Harvard Institute for International Development and Professor of Population and Health Economics David Bloom, George Chapelier, Jagdish Saigal|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2006-11-22|