Globalization and the Postcolonial World: the new political economy of development
Опубликовано на портале: 13-07-2005
Basingstoke: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 2001, 336 с.
Globalization is at the heart of debates about the present phase of development of the world economy. In Globalization and the Postcolonial World, Ankie Hoogvelt joins these debates to examine the ways in which globalization is affecting the countries of the developing world. Taking a new look at historical trends and theories in development studies, Hoogvelt describes the diverse impacts of globalization in sub-Saharan Africa, the Middle East, East Asia, and Latin America, identifying different postcolonial responses in each of these regions.
New to this edition are sections on the new "digital" economy; the resurgence of the United States after decades of putative relative decline and the question of renewed U.S. dominance in the global system; and the volatility of the global financial markets culminating in the East Asia crisis of 1997. Part II has been thoroughly reconfigured and expanded, as have the chapters on East Asia and on Africa. Finally, the conclusions have been rethought in the light of the mushrooming cloud of antiglobalist protests.
- The history of capitalist expansion
- Neocolonialism. Modernization and dependency
- Crisis and restructuring: the new international division of labor
Part II: Crisis and transformation
- From expansion to involution
- Flexibility and informationalism
- Global governance: regulation and imperialism
Part III: The postcolonial world
- Africa: exclusion and the containment of anarchy
- Islamic revolt
- The developmental states of East Asia
- Democracy, civil society and postdevelopment in Latin America
Preface to the second edition
Part I: historical structures