Development and semi-periphery : post-neoliberal trajectories in South America and Central Eastern Europe /

This book is a collection of articles focusing on comparative analysis of the development trajectories in the semi-periphery countries of South America and Central and Eastern Europe.

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Other Authors: Boschi, Renato Raul., Santana, Carlos Henrique.
Format: eBook
Published: London ; New York : Anthem Press, 2012.
Series:Anthem Other Canon series.
Online Access:CONNECT
Table of Contents:
  • Introduction / Renato Boschi and Carlos Henrique Santana
  • Development, macroeconomic policies, and varieties of capitalism
  • Postsocialist states in the system of global capitalism : a comparative perspective / David Lane
  • Politics, institutions, and development : lessons from Latin America / Renato Boschi
  • Managing the Faustian pact : monetary autonomy in the pursuit of development in Eastern Europe and Latin America / Joseph N. Cohen
  • Development and dependency, developmentalism, and alternatives / José maurício Domingues
  • Political culture, identity politics, and political contention
  • Indigenous movements and their proposals in Bolivia, Ecuador, and Peru / Xavier Albó
  • Path dependency in identity politics in Estonia / Raivo Vetik
  • Integration parliaments in Europe and Latin America : explaining variations / Juliana Erthal
  • Ideas and the role of elites and advocacy networks : translating and legitimating the frontiers of institutional reforms
  • Marketing professional expertise by (re)inventing states : professional rivalries between lawyers and economists as hegemonic strategies in the international market for the reproduction of national state elites / Yves Dezalay and Bryant Garth
  • Identity, policy preferences and the perception of the European integration process among the Hungarian elites / György Lengyel and Borbála Göncz
  • Critical junctures, institutional legacies and epistemic communities : limits and possibilities of a development agenda in Brazil / Carlos Henrique Santana
  • Economic reforms, public policies and development
  • Development and citizenship in the semi-periphery : reflecting on the Brazilian experience / Krista Lillemets
  • The periphery paradox in innovation policy : Latin America and Eastern Europe compared / Rainer Kattel and Annalisa Primi
  • Lula's government as the Brazilian experiment with social democracy / Fabiano Santos.