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Globalization, Economic Development and the Role of the State
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Introduction PART I: Theoretical Backgrounds 1. Theories of State Intervention in Historical Perspective 2. State, Institutions, and Structural Change 3. An Institutionalist Perspective on the Role of the State PART II: Domestic Policy Issues 4. The Political Economy of Industrial Policy 5. The Economics and Politics of Regulation 6. Public Enterprises in Developing Countries and Economic Efficiency PART III: Policy Issues in the New Global Context 7. Globalisation, Transnational Corporations, and Economic Development 8. Intellectual Property Rights and Economic Development - Historical Lessons and Emerging Issues 9. Institutional Foundations for Effective Design and Implementation of Selective Trade and Industrial Policies in the Least Developed Countries: Theory and Evidence

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This collection of essays reviews theories and practices of state intervention as they have developed over the last two centuries.

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DR HA-JOON CHANG teaches development studies at the University of Cambridge. Born in the Republic of Korea, and educated at the Seoul National University and Cambridge, his numerous publications include The Political Economy of Industrial Policy (Macmillan, 1994). He has acted as research project coordinator and consultant to numerous UN agencies and international agencies including the World Bank, the Asian Development Bank, the British Government's DfID, and the IDRC in Canada.

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