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Handbook of Alternative Theories of Economic Development

Edited by Erik S. Reinert, Jayati Ghosh and Rainer Kattel ()

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Abstract: The Handbook of Alternative Theories of Economic Development explores the theories and approaches which, over a prolonged period of time, have existed as viable alternatives to today’s mainstream and neo-classical tenets. With a total of more than 40 specially commissioned chapters, written by the foremost authorities in their respective fields, this volume represents a landmark in the field of economic development. It elucidates the richness of the alternative and sometimes misunderstood ideas which, in different historical contexts, have proved to be vital to the improvement of the human condition.

Keywords: Development Studies; Economics and Finance (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: N0 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2016
ISBN: 9781782544661
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Chapters in this book:

Ch 1 Giovanni Botero (1588) and Antonio Serra (1613): Italy and the birth of development economics , pp 3-41 Downloads
Erik S. Reinert
Ch 2 Economic emulation and the politics of international trade in early modern Europe , pp 42-62 Downloads
Sophus A. Reinert
Ch 3 Cameralism and the German tradition of development economics , pp 63-86 Downloads
Erik S. Reinert and Philipp R. Rössner
Ch 4 Friedrich List: the international dynamics of mindpower , pp 87-108 Downloads
Arno Mong Daastøl
Ch 5 Kathedersozialismus and the German Historical School , pp 109-123 Downloads
Wolfgang Drechsler
Ch 6 Chinese development thinking , pp 124-136 Downloads
Ting Xu
Ch 7 The economic cycle of Imperial China and its development , pp 137-160 Downloads
Xuan Zhao
Ch 8 Islam and capitalism: military routs, not formal institutions , pp 161-193 Downloads
Ali Kadri
Ch 9 Unity and diversity in the Ottoman school of national economy: a reappraisal of Ziya Gökalp and Ethem Nejat , pp 194-211 Downloads
Eyüp Özveren, Mehmet Salih Erkek and Hüseyin Safa Ünal
Ch 10 Indian development thinking , pp 212-227 Downloads
Goddanti Omkarnath
Ch 11 Latin American structuralism: the co- evolution of technology, structural change and economic growth , pp 228-239 Downloads
Mario Cimoli and Gabriel Porcile
Ch 12 Revisiting the debate on national autonomous development in Africa , pp 240-255 Downloads
Issa G. Shivji
Ch 13 Development as the struggle for liberation from hegemonic structures of domination and control , pp 256-269 Downloads
Yash Tandon
Ch 14 The League of Nations and alternative economic perspectives , pp 270-280 Downloads
Carolyn N. Biltoft
Ch 15 The Havana Charter: when state and market shake hands , pp 281-290 Downloads
Jean-Christophe Graz
Ch 16 The UNCTAD system of political economy , pp 291-304 Downloads
Ricardo Bielschowsky and Antonio Carlos Macedo e Silva
Ch 17 Marxist theory and the ‘underdeveloped economies’ , pp 307-322 Downloads
Prabhat Patnaik
Ch 18 Economic development as an evolutionary process , pp 323-335 Downloads
Richard R. Nelson
Ch 19 Classical development economists of the midtwentieth century , pp 336-351 Downloads
Rainer Kattel, Jan Kregel and Erik S. Reinert
Ch 20 Development and régulation theory , pp 352-385 Downloads
Robert Boyer
Ch 21 The dependency school and its aftermath: why Latin America’s critical thinking switched from one type of absolute certainties to another , pp 386-415 Downloads
José Gabriel Palma
Ch 22 Feminist approaches to development , pp 416-440 Downloads
Maria Sagrario Floro
Ch 23 Reading Freeman when ladders for development are gone , pp 441-455 Downloads
Rodrigo Arocena and Judith Sutz
Ch 24 Albert O. Hirschman , pp 456-474 Downloads
Michele Alacevich
Ch 25 Michal Kalecki , pp 475-484 Downloads
Jayati Ghosh
Ch 26 The agrarian question and trajectories of economic transformation: a perspective from the South , pp 487-503 Downloads
Sam Moyo, Praveen Jha and Paris Yeros
Ch 27 The effective demand approach to economic development , pp 504-518 Downloads
Jan Kregel
Ch 28 Development planning , pp 519-532 Downloads
C.P. Chandrasekhar
Ch 29 The Nordic route to development , pp 533-569 Downloads
Lars Mjøset
Ch 30 Competitiveness and development: a Schumpeterian approach , pp 570-593 Downloads
Mehdi Shafaeddin
Ch 31 Innovation systems and development: history, theory and challenges , pp 594-612 Downloads
Bengt-Åke Lundvall
Ch 32 Latecomer industrialization , pp 613-636 Downloads
John A. Mathews
Ch 33 The developmental state in the late twentieth century , pp 637-650 Downloads
Elizabeth Thurbon and Linda Weiss
Ch 34 Development, ecology and the environment , pp 651-665 Downloads
Edward B. Barbier and Jacob P. Hochard
Ch 35 Competition, competition policy, competitiveness, globalization and development , pp 666-688 Downloads
Ajit Singh
Ch 36 Knowledge governance: intellectual property management for development and the public interest , pp 689-702 Downloads
Leonardo Burlamaqui
Ch 37 Legal structures and economic development: towards an ideal economic analysis of a legal problem , pp 703-709 Downloads
Jürgen G. Backhaus
Ch 38 Deindustrialization and premature deindustrialization , pp 710-728 Downloads
Fiona Tregenna
Ch 39 The post-Soviet industrial extinctions and the rise of jihadi terrorism in the North Caucasus , pp 729-737 Downloads
Georgi Derluguian
Ch 40 Epilogue: the future of economic development between utopias and dystopias , pp 738-786 Downloads
Erik S. Reinert, Sylvi Endresen, Ioan Ianos and Andrea Saltelli

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