By Robert Springborg
This quantity examines the features of the chinese language fiscal improvement version and its reception in Africa and Latin the USA. It additionally investigates the present pageant over governance types within the Muslim international and asks which version or versions will advisor improvement in Muslim international locations. pt. 1. The chinese language version and its international reception -- pt. 2. The chinese language version and its rivals within the Muslim international -- pt. three. The function of governance in improvement versions
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This was manifested in Latin America through the development strategy known as import-substitution industrialisation, which was followed from the early post-war period until the debt crisis of the 1980s. At that point, the deficiencies of this strategy became evident, and a dramatic change towards a market-oriented approach took over. In the extreme version of this approach, the strong state was seen as the main stumbling block to economic growth. 26 While a few governments would like to see these reforms entirely rolled back, the majority of Latin American governments and — 35 — Development Models in Muslim Contexts civil society prefer a mixed economy in which the state partners with the private sector to increase competitiveness.
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