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The Politics of Developmentalism in Mexico, Taiwan and South Korea

Опубликовано на портале: 20-12-2006
New-York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2006, cерия "International Political Economy Series", 328 с.
Minns argues that the industrial transformations of Mexico, South Korea and Taiwan were based on the existence of powerful developmentalist states in each. It explores the origins of such states and their dynamics and connects the form of autonomy they enjoy within their countries to the policies they pursue. However, these so-called economic 'miracles' have not and, it is suggested here, cannot continue indefinitely. The causes of the decline of the developmentalist state are already present at its birth.

Preface and Acknowledgements

List of Acronyms

Newly Industrialising Countries and the State

The Autonomy of Developmentalist States

Mexico: From Revolution to 'Perfect Dictatorship'

Mexico: Uncontrolled Mobilisation

South Korea: Devastation and Development

The South Korean 'Miracle' in Decline

Taiwan: The Migrant State

Taiwan: On the Edge of the Descent

The Rise and Fall of the Midas States