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Joseph Stiglitz and the World Bank : the rebel within : selected speeches by Joseph Stiglitz, former Chief Economist of the World Bank, with a commentary

Autor: Joseph E Stiglitz; Ha-Joon Chang
Editora: London : Anthem Press, 2001.
Edição/Formato   Livro : InglêsVer todas as edições e formatos
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This collection contains nine essays, which provide a diverse but fairly representative selection of Stiglitz's contribution during his time at the World Bank. The essays roughly fall into three groups. The first group, which comprises the first three chapters, is "theoretical". Here Stiglitz's general vision for development and their theoretical underpinnings are spelt out. The second group, deals with the two key  Ler mais...
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Pessoa Denominada: Joseph E Stiglitz
Tipo de Documento: Livro
Todos os Autores / Contribuintes: Joseph E Stiglitz; Ha-Joon Chang
ISBN: 1898855536 9781898855538 1898855919 9781898855910
Número OCLC: 49254676
Descrição: 320 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Conteúdos: Commentary / by Ha-Joon Chang --
More instruments and broader goals: moving toward the post-Washington Consensus --
Towards a new paradigm for development: strategies, policies and processes --
Redefining the role of the State: What should it do? How should it do it? and how should these decisions be made? --
Whither reform?: ten years of the transition --
The role of international financialinstitutions in the current global economy --
Scan globally, reinvent locally: knowledge infrastructure and the localization of knowledge --
Participation and development: perspectives from the comprehensive development paradigm --
On liberty, the right to know and public discourse: the role of transparency in public life --
Democratic development as the fruits of labor.
Outros Títulos: Rebel within
Selected speeches by Joseph Stiglitz
Joseph Stiglitz vs. the Washington Consensus
Responsabilidade: by Ha-Joon Chang.

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This collection contains nine essays, which provide a diverse but fairly representative selection of Stiglitz's contribution during his time at the World Bank. The essays roughly fall into three groups. The first group, which comprises the first three chapters, is "theoretical". Here Stiglitz's general vision for development and their theoretical underpinnings are spelt out. The second group, deals with the two key events during his time at the World Bank. These were the tenth anniversary of the collapse of communism and the Asian financial crisis The last group of essays, discuss in depth some key themes that he developed while at the World Bank. They are knowledge (and learning), participation, transparency, and economic democracy.

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