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Economic crisis and policy choice : the politics of adjustment in the third world

責任表示 edited by Joan M. Nelson
データ種別 図書
出版者 Princeton, N.J. : Princeton University Press
出版年 c1990
本文言語 英語
大きさ xii, 378 p. ; 25 cm
概要 The acute economic pressures of the 1980s have forced virtually all of Latin America and Africa and some countries in Asia into painful austerity programs and difficult economic reforms. Scholars have intensively analyzed the economics of this situation, but they have given much less attention to the political forces involved. In this volume a number of eminent contributors analyze the politics of adjustment in thirteen countries and nineteen governments, drawing comparisons not only across the full set of cases but also within clusters selected to clarify specific issues. Why do some governments respond promptly to signs of economic trouble, while others muddle indecisively for years? Why do some confine their response to temporary macroeconomic measures, while others adopt broader, even sweeping, programs of reform? What leads some countries to experiment with heterodox approaches, while most, however reluctantly, pursue orthodox courses? Why, confronted with intense political protest, have some governments persisted while others have altered or abandoned course? The answers to these questions are political, not economic, and they are examined here by Thomas M. Callaghy, Stephan Haggard, Miles Kahler, Robert R. Kauman, Joan M. Nelson, and Barbara Stallings.
The acute economic pressures of the 1980s have forced virtually all of Latin America and Africa and some countries in Asia into painful austerity programs and difficult economic reforms. Scholars have intensively analyzed the economics of this situation, but they have given much less attention to the political forces involved. In this volume a number of eminent contributors analyze the politics of adjustment in thirteen countries and nineteen governments, drawing comparisons not only across the full set of cases but also within clusters selected to clarify specific issues. Why do some governments respond promptly to signs of economic trouble, while others muddle indecisively for years? Why do some confine their response to temporary macroeconomic measures, while others adopt broader, even sweeping, programs of reform? What leads some countries to experiment with heterodox approaches, while most, however reluctantly, pursue orthodox courses? Why, confronted with intense political protest, have some governments persisted while others have altered or abandoned course? The answers to these questions are political, not economic, and they are examined here by Thomas M. Callaghy, Stephan Haggard, Miles Kahler, Robert R. Kauman, Joan M. Nelson, and Barbara Stallings.

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伊都図(中央) BF 開架 068582191004313 333/N 63/1 1990

書誌詳細

一般注記 Includes bibliographical references and index
著者標目 Nelson, Joan M., 1934-
件 名 LCSH:Economic stabilization -- Developing countries -- Case studies  全ての件名で検索
LCSH:Developing countries -- Economic policy -- Case studies  全ての件名で検索
LCSH:Economic indicators -- Developing countries -- Case studies  全ての件名で検索
LCSH:Business cycles -- Developing countries -- Case studies  全ての件名で検索
分 類 LCC:HC59.7
DC20:338.9/009172/4
書誌ID 1000001643
ISBN 0691078211
NCID BA10353204
巻冊次 ISBN:0691078211 ; PRICE:$45.00
: pbk ; ISBN:0691023107 ; PRICE:$14.95
登録日 1992.01.31
更新日 1996.03.07

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