The next convergence : the future of economic growth in a multispeed world / Michael Spence.
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- ISBN: 9780374159757 :
- ISBN: 0374159750 :
- Physical Description: xvi, 296 p. ; 24 cm.
- Edition: 1st ed.
- Publisher: New York : Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2011.
|Bibliography, etc. Note:|| Includes bibliographical references (p. -281) and index.
|Formatted Contents Note:|| The global economy and developing countries -- 1950: the start of a remarkable century -- Static views of a changing world -- Postwar changes in the global economy -- The origins of the global economy -- Economic growth -- Common questions about the developing world and the global economy -- Sustained high growth in the developing world -- The high growth developing countries in the post-war period -- The opening of the global economy -- Knowledge transfer and catch-up growth in developing countries -- Global demand and catch-up growth -- The internal dynamics of sustained high growth -- Key internal ingredients of sustained high growth recipes -- Opening up : an issue of speed and sequencing -- The Washington consensus and the role of government -- Managing one's currency in the course of growth -- The middle income transition -- The political, leadership, and the governance underpinnings of growth -- Low-growth economies in the developing world -- Natural resource wealth and growth -- The challenge for small states -- The adding up problem -- The crisis and its aftermath -- Emerging markets during and after the global crisis -- Instability in the global economy and lessons from the crisis -- Stimulus in the crisis and the need for cooperative behavior -- Rebalancing the global economy and its consequences for growth -- The excess-savings challenge in China -- The openness of the global system and the WTO -- Legacies of the crisis : slow growth and sovereign debt issues in advanced countries -- Periodic systemic risk and investment behavior -- The future of growth -- Can the emerging economies sustain high growth? -- China and India -- China's structural challenges -- India's growth, diversification, and urbanization -- Brazil's growth reset -- Energy and growth -- The challenge of climate change and developing country growth -- Information technology and the integration of the global economy -- European integration and transnational governance -- Global governance in a multi-speed world -- The G20, the advanced countries and global growth -- Sustaining growth : the second half century of convergence.
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