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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NEOLIBERALISM. IN. SYRIA. AND. EGYPT. Angela. Joya. Since their
independence in 1952 and 1946, Egypt and Syria have pursued similar policies
of economic development, albeit with different outcomes. Both countries
implemented populist reforms that redistributed wealth and restructured the state
and its role in society. However, postwar struggles over state building and
economic development culminated in the failure of populist regimes, which gave
way to the conservative ...

Towards A New Map Of Africa

Author: Camilla Toulmin
Publisher: Earthscan
ISBN: 1849773394
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In the late 1970s and 1980s, as their countries' terms of trade collapsed, African
governments found their nations' economies overwhelmed by foreign debt.
Promising rescue, IMF, the World Bank and USAID dictated neo-liberal policies
that relied on 'the market' as the universal cure-all. Currencies' values fell,
inflation soared. Almost everywhere, the old institutions seemed to win. Instead of
populist governments transforming retrograde institutions, too often the
institutions seemed to ...

Miraculous Metamorphoses

Author: Jolle Demmers
Publisher: Zed Books
ISBN: 9781856498876
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THREE The Neoliberal Transformation of Chilean Populism: The Case of the
Socialist Party ALEX E. FERNANDEZ JILBERTO The policies of neoliberal
restructuring implemented by the military dictatorship of 1973 put an end to the
historical ... focused on the internal market (import substitution industrialization,
ISI); (2) the progressive incorporation of the social sectors deprived from the
benefits of development; and (3) the progressive enlargement of the political
system through the ...

Addicted To Failure

Author: Brian Loveman
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 9780742540989
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With the Cold War ending and under the new mantra of "3-Ds" (democracy,
neoliberal development, and drug control) the U.S. Embassy, the IMF, and the
World Bank became central policymaking actors in Bolivia. Therefore it is ironic
that U.S. drug policies systematically undermined the "democracy of pacts" (
democracia pactada) that Washington favored, while reawakening the "
democracy of social mobilization" and "old-style populism" that neoliberal
development was expected to ...

Private Development Aid In Transition

Author: Fons van der Valden
Publisher: Concept Publishing Company
ISBN: 9788170229476
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In the literature this tradition is often referred to as the approach of non-
governmental development organisations or populism. ... In The black man 's
burden: Africa and the curse of the nation state (1992b) he reaches the
conclusion that imported models such as the nation state do not do justice to
historically determined local situations and are doomed to end in utter failure.
The same arguments may be used for the current export of the New Policy
Agenda. In this context reference can ...

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.). 'Regionalization can be defined as an integration process on the
regional level with the help of governments. Regionalization appears here as an
aspect of a process towards the liberalization of markets and FDI regulations.
These regional ...

Popular Economics

Author: Wahiduddin Mahmud
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Aid. Philosophy. or. Aid. Populism?* The prevailing global economic scene is
one of poverty amidst plenty. Widespread poverty and social deprivation have
persisted in spite of continued growth in average incomes and consumption in
the global ... Up to the end of the 1970s, development thinking emphasised the
developmental role of the government, and foreign aid was thought of as a
mechanism to transfer investment funds to the governments of the developing
countries so as to ...

The Changing Terrain Of Race And Ethnicity

Author: Maria Krysan
Publisher: Russell Sage Foundation
ISBN: 161044342X
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The price for their diplomatic cooperation may be debt forgiveness and some
kind of financial aid package to assist in development projects. ... Transnational
capitalism and the repressive neoliberal policies of structural adjustment
represent a dead end for the developing world. We can end the threat of terrorism
only by addressing constructively the routine violence of poverty, hunger, and
exploitation that characterizes the daily existence of several billion people on this

Political Survival

Author: Barry Ames
Publisher: Univ of California Press
ISBN: 9780520069473
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1976-1984, 236, 240; "Builder" administrations, 96—97; collapse of military
regime, 227; data recodings, 245; decline in military prestige, 16— 17; defensive-
liberal administration, 95; deficits in 1960s, 22; economic policy compared to
Chile's, 237; end of populist coalitions, 38-39; Frondizi and intermediate-class
strategy, 59; Frondizi's wage policy, 224-25; labor's strength in, compared to
Colombia, 225; military-dominated coalition, 36, 37; multiclass strategy, 60;
neoliberal policies, ...