De Washington à Pittsburgh: d'un consensus subi à un consensus nouvellement établi ?
Hakim Ben Hammouda (),
Nassim Oulmane () and
Mustapha Sadni Jallab ()
Mondes en développement, 2010, vol. n° 150, issue 2, 69-86
Questionings in the field of the economic thinking as a consequence of the current economic crisis gradually opened the way of new paradigm in development theory. This article explains the origin and the characteristics of the exporting model which was in the heart of the growth strategies of developing countries. It also analyzes how the crisis on the emerging and developing economies impacted the theoretical paradigm on development and incites the economic community to revisit the foundations of new growth models which rely on both a new international macroeconomics and on the return to markets domestic as complementary outlets of the production and source of growth.
Keywords: Growth model; export strategy; domestic demand; development strategy (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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