Development Aid Populism And The End Of The Neoliberal Agenda

Author: Viktor Jakupec
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 3319727486
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The book concludes with thoughts on the potential future directions for ODA within the ‘ideals’ of Trumponomics and national populism. This volume examines the impact of the Trump presidency on development aid.

Confronting Global Neoliberalism

Author: Patrick Bond
Publisher: SCB Distributors
ISBN: 0983353956
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Since their independence in 1952 and 1946, Egypt and Syria have pursued
similar policies of economic development, ... Both countries implemented populist
reforms that redistributed wealth and restructured the state and its role in society.
... The next phase of economic development occurred in the context of an oil
boom that benefited Egypt and Syria eitherthrough direct aid ... This decade
represented a period of transition and struggle overthe state and economy, and
by its end the ...

Post Neoliberalism In The Americas

Author: L. Macdonald
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 0230232825
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This would have been a rather “privatized” but equally populist end to the
supposedly socialist Bolivarian revolution of Chávez. ... After decades t of
pumping in aid, foreign agencies have withdrawn much of their technical
assistance, leaving central government offices bereft in some aspects, such as
the ... Post-neoliberalism in the Americas incorporates a wide diversity of partly
contradictory policies.

The Oxford Handbook Of Populism

Author: Cristobal Rovira Kaltwasser
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0198803567
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Anti-Americanism can also be observed in populist parties such as Jobbik in
Hungary, which seeks to establish strong ties ... Hence, there is relative sympathy
towards economic multilateralism in parties such as Go Italy! in Italy; in neoliberal
populists in ... when the UN started monitoring Australian refugee policies (Sawer
and Laycock, 2009: 146; Wear, 2008: 626–7). ... The attitude towards
development aid depends on how the aid's effects on the pure people are
assessed: the Dutch ...

Popular Economics

Author: Wahiduddin Mahmud
Publisher:
ISBN:
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The. New. Aid. Philosophy. or. Aid. Populism?* The prevailing global economic
scene is one of poverty amidst plenty. ... Up to the end of the 1970s, development
thinking emphasised the developmental role of the government, and foreign aid
... the neoliberal development agenda of the 1980s which sought to minimise the
role of the government and promote development The Daily Star, Dhaka, June 22
.

Foreign Aid And Reform

Author: Bradley Louis Glasser
Publisher:
ISBN:
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Later in the paper, I will consider some setbacks to Jordanian political
liberalization that occurred late 1990s. But on ... the regime realized that it had to
scale back its populist expenditures and adopt a more serious neoliberal reform
program.

Good Governance In The Era Of Global Neoliberalism

Author: Jolle Demmers
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1134296487
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Partly as a result of this development, the deregulation of national economies
went hand in hand with new initiatives for regional economic cooperation, that is,
integration in the global market via regionalisation (MERCOSUR, NAFTA,
ASEAN, etc.) ... while in Second and Third World countries generally some form
of (semi-)authoritarian or populist rule was applied. ... the communist threat had
already cleared the way for including a political component to the neoliberal
agenda, resulting ...

Latin American Weekly Report

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Throughout Latin America there is a deepening popular disenchantment with
neoliberal governments that have ... The second wave followed toward the end of
the decade through the first half of the 1990s. ... jettisoning their populist
campaign rhetoric in favour of extending the free market agenda originally
proposed by the military ... This diagnosis, however, posed a major problem for
the foreign financial aid donors, so influential in shaping the Latin American
development agenda, ...

Winged Faith

Author: Tulasi Srinivas
Publisher: Columbia University Press
ISBN: 0231520522
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The idea that the West had penetrated developing countries like India culturally
through economic globalization was a ... that allowed a populist resistance to
build in India through a theoretical and affect-ridden coupling of globalization
with the ... with a center-to-periphery understanding of cultural flows—Western-
based neoliberal capitalist processes and their impact on ... Those cultural mores
that did not fit the development agenda would be shed, and those cultural traits
that fit and ...

Mexico Central And South America Social Movements

Author: Jorge I. Domínguez
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
ISBN: 9780815336952
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NEOLIBERALISM Labor Unions and Market Reforms in Latin America By M.
VICTORIA MURILLO* A TALE OF ... They not only shared the timing of their
administrations1 but also the task of turning populist labor parties toward
neoUberalism. ... This shift in development strategy not only was the most
important policy turnaround of the postwar era in all three ... their labor-based
parties away from the policies upon which their historic relationships with long-
term union allies had been.