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Author: Meredith Woo-Cumings
ISBN: 0801485665
Language: English
Pages: 368 pages
Category: Humanities
Publisher: Cornell University Press; 1 edition (June 10, 1999)
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lays out a wondrous historiographical overview of the developmental state as a social science concept. Highest recommendations. In conclusion, this collection provides a much needed update on the theory of the developmental state. Sure to become a major contribution to a debate about one of the most important and distinctive institutions to emerge from Asia. ―Mark Beeson, Griffith University.

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Cornell Studies in Political Economy (Paperback). This book is a key contribution to political sociology, international relations, and international political economy. - Mridula Udayagiri, California State University, Sacramentro The Journal of Politics "In conclusion, this collection provides a much needed update on the theory of the developmental state.

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ISBN: 0801485665; Издательство: Cornell University Press. Critics charge that Japan's success in putting this notion into practice has not been replicated elsewhere, that the concept threatens the purity of freemarket economics, and that its shortcomings have led to financial turmoil in Asia.

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The Developmental State. Ithaca: Cornell University Press. Predatory, Developmental, and Other Apparatuses: A Comparative Political Economy Perspective on the Third World State. ALL OTHER READINGS: All other readings are book chapters and articles, which I have placed on Blackboard (course ID: 1FA COMBINED-CROSSLIST). Sociological Forum 4(4), 561-584. September 12: The Developmental State (2): Origins and Absences These readings continue our discussion of the developmental state.

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Developmental state, n.: the government, motivated by desire for economic advancement, intervenes in industrial affairs.The notion of the developmental state has come under attack in recent years. Critics charge that Japan's success in putting this notion into practice has not been replicated elsewhere, that the concept threatens the purity of freemarket economics, and that its shortcomings have led to financial turmoil in Asia. In this informative and thought-provoking book, a team of distinguished scholars revisits this notion to assess its continuing utility and establish a common vocabulary for debates on these issues. Drawing on new political and economic theories and emphasizing recent events, the authors examine the East Asian experience to show how the developmental state involves a combination of political, bureaucratic, and moneyed influences that shape economic life in the region. Taking as its point of departure Chalmers Johnson's account of the Japanese developmental state, the book explores the interplay of forces that have determined the structure of opportunity in the region. The authors critically address the argument for centralized political involvement in industrial development (with a new contribution by Johnson), describe the historical impact of colonialism and the Cold War, consider new ideas in economics, and compare the experiences of East Asian countries with those of France, Brazil, Mexico, and India.