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The emergence of the NIEO ideology

Author: Craig Murphy
Publisher: New York, NY ; Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2019.
Series: Westview special studies in social, political, and economic development.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This study traces the political history of the ideas underlying Third World calls for a New International Economic Order. Filling a significant gap in the literature, the book shows that NIEO ideology has a direct, unbroken line of development extending back to World War II, when a "new international economic order," the Bretton Woods system, was created. Dr. Murphy maintains that NIEO ideology is not rooted only in  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Craig Murphy
ISBN: 9780429310447 0429310447 9781000229059 100022905X 9781000300932 1000300935 9781000264999 1000264998
OCLC Number: 1109390099
Notes: Originally published 1984 by Westview Press, Inc.
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: Also of Interest --
Introduction: The Ideology's Role in the North-South Conflict --
The Alternative to Bretton Woods Before 1960 --
The "New" Ideology in the 1960s --
1970-1974: Cracks in the Old Order and Calls for the New --
The Debate Since 1974 --
The NIEO Ideology as Ideology --
Afterword: How Ideas Can Help Resolve the North-South Conflict
Series Title: Westview special studies in social, political, and economic development.
Other Titles: Emergence of the N.I.E.O. ideology
Responsibility: Craig Murphy.

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This study traces the political history of the ideas underlying Third World calls for a New International Economic Order. Filling a significant gap in the literature, the book shows that NIEO ideology has a direct, unbroken line of development extending back to World War II, when a "new international economic order," the Bretton Woods system, was created. Dr. Murphy maintains that NIEO ideology is not rooted only in Third World acceptance of Prebisch's views on trade; rather, it evolved from Third World attempts to cope with problems and opportunities that emerged as the Bretton Woods system was created, operated, and began to break down. By the 1970s, the ideology had become a complex and coherent analysis of the economic position of Third World states, including a political analysis of how Third World views could be made dominant. Many of Dr. Murphy's conclusions challenge the conventional wisdom about the Third World position of the NIEO. In addition, his study offers insight into the relatively unexplored area of how changes in political and social consciousness affect international systems, and provides grounds on which officials from both the South and the North can see the others' views as less alien.

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