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The Political Economy of Emerging Markets

The Political Economy of Emerging Markets


Routledge (Reino Unido)

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Idioma Inglès. Varieties of BRICS in the Age of Global Crises and Austerity"

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Rapid and sustained growth in the twenty-first-century global economy of large developing economies including Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa, has captivated policy-makers and popular business press pundits alike. The coining of the new acronym BRICS and widespread adoption in international economics discourse of the designation "emerging markets" is symptomatic of that interest. The Political Economy of Emerging Markets situates the BRICS phenomena in the global economic context of advanced economies continuing to languish in recession and hovering over a deflationary abyss several years after the meltdown. A key question this volume seeks to answer is whether the BRICS and so-called "emerging market" phenomenon is really the new miracle it is presented as, offering new or modified varieties of reloaded capitalist development to the world, or yet another mirage. Written by ten leading global experts, this book answers the tough questions over BRICS and emerging markets potentially realizing new varieties of reloaded capitalism. It is not only international and interdisciplinary but uniquely multiperspectival. Theories framing chapters are not of one genre, but generate theoretical debate at the frontier of knowledge in political economy along with nuanced empirical analysis which flows from it. This book is of great importance to those who study political economy, development economics and international political economy.

PART ONE: Development Theory from Capital to Capitalist Development and the 21st Century Global Economy in Crisis Chapter 1) From Development to BRICS: The Policy Magical Mystery Tour Richard Westra PART TWO: BRICS up Close Chapter 2) Current Paths of Development in the Southern Cone: Deindustrialization and a Return to the Agro-export Model Paul Cooney Chapter 3) A BRIC Despite Itself: Sustained Growth versus Neoliberalism in India Radhika Desai Chapter 4) Political Economy of China: From Socialism to Capitalism, and to Eco-Socialism? Minqi Li Chapter 5) The BRICS re-scramble Africa Patrick Bond PART THREE: Varieties of Emerging Markets in the Global Economy Chapter 6) Capitalism, Contradiction and the onward march of Variegated Neoliberalism in Southeast Asia Toby Carroll Chapter 7) Thailand: Sick Man of Asia? Sompong Sirisoponsilp and Ake Tangsupvattana Chapter 8) Turkey: A Conventional Peripheral Agent of Neoliberal Globalization Yonca Özdemir Chapter 9) The Persistence of Neoliberalism since the Arab Uprisings: The Cases of Egypt and Tunisia Angela Joya 

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