Latin America After Neoliberalism: Developmental Regimes in Post-Crisis States by C. Wylde

Latin America After Neoliberalism: Developmental Regimes in Post-Crisis States

byC. Wylde

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This book contributes both to the analysis of Kirchnerismo in Argentina and to the developmental regime approach in the political economy of development in terms of Latin America more broadly. Interpretation of the different components of Kirchnerismo through the lens of the developmental regime show the systematic way in which the different elements of the relationships between state-market, state-society, and national-international dichotomies can consistently be characterised within a developmentalist paradigm, or what Grugel terms neodesarrollismo. The developmental regime approach will greatly aid the ability to demonstrate that Kirchnerismo is a project that is necessarily rooted in all three of these developmental dichotomies, and can therefore only be wholly interpreted through such an approach. Wylde develops the analytical interpretation of the Kirchner regime 2003-2007.

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CHRIS WYLDE Teaching Fellow in International Political Economy at the University of York, UK. His main area of research interest is the political economy of development, with a particular focus on post-crisis development. 
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Title:Latin America After Neoliberalism: Developmental Regimes in Post-Crisis StatesFormat:HardcoverDimensions:264 pages, 8.5 × 5.51 × 0.04 inPublished:September 18, 2012Publisher:Palgrave Macmillan UKLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230301592

ISBN - 13:9780230301597

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Table of Contents

Introduction: The Political Economy of Development and Crisis
PART I: COMPARATIVE THEORETICAL PERSPECTIVES AND DEBATES
The Rise of Developmentalism in Latin America: Beyond the Washington Consensus?
From Developmental States to Developmental Regimes: Lessons from Asia for Contemporary Latin America
PART II: SURVEYING THE LANDSCAPE: THE CASES OF ARGENTINA AND BRAZIL
The Economic Policies of Néstor Kirchner's Argentina 2003-2007
Argentina, Kirchnerismo, and Neodesarrollismo: Argentine Development under Néstor Kirchner 2003-2007
The Economic Policies of Lula's Regime in Brazil
Neoliberalism or Developmentalism? The Political Economy of Brazil 2003-2010
PART III: POST-CRISIS POLITICAL ECONOMY IN LATIN AMERICA: GLOBAL Lessons?
Crisis and Post-Crisis States in a Regional and Global Comparative Perspective
Conclusion: Continuity and Change in Post-Crisis Political Economy - The Rise of Latin America?

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"In the burgeoning literature on post-neoliberalism in Latin America, this book is sure to become a groundbreaking text. It develops a case for the significance of the new left that is both novel and convincing, seeing in it elements of continuity and change. Using the developmental regime as a theoretical framework, it offers for the first time a rationale that gives coherence to the actions of new left governments and helps explain the distinctive nature of the project being undertaken. It is difficult to exaggerate its significance as a major contribution to key debates on the politics, political economy and development of Latin America today and, indeed, on what marks it out from the rest of the world." - Professor Peadar Kirby, University of Limerick, Ireland