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security factor in the political economy of development.
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|Series||IMF working paper -- WP/98/33|
|Contributions||International Monetary Fund.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||41 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||41|
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Title: The Security Factor in the Political Economy of Development - WP/98/33 Created Date: 4/9/ PM. The Security Factor in The Political Economy of Development A country's judiciary, police, and security forces are essential to protect the State from external aggression.
By virtue of the State's monopoly of coercion, they maintain a stable legal framework and the safety of persons and property. The security factor in the political economy of development. [Martin C McGuire; International Monetary Fund. Fiscal Affairs Department,] -- Whenever the fruits of economic production can be stolen or expropriated, predators will be active unless dissuaded by defensive actions of the producers.
That is, every economic asset will be. The Security Factor in the Political Economy of Development. The Security Factor in the Political Economy of Development Martin C.
McGuire, IMF Working Paper 98/ March. The Security Factor in the Political Economy of Development McGuire, Martin. Department of Economics University of Maryland Tydings Hall, Preinkert Dr.
The Security Factor in The Political Economy of Development. Electronic Access: Free Full Text. Disclaimer: This Working Paper should not be reported as representing the views of the views expressed in this Working Paper are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily represent those of the IMF or IMF by: 1.
The political economy of development: An assessment. Research in the field of economic development is increasingly engaged with questions of political economy, of how political choices, institutional structures, and forms of governance influence the economic. The Future of Environmental Security Political Economy of International Security Heikki Patomäkil, Globalism Research Centre, RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia 1.
Introduction 2. Free Trade and Peace 3. Challenges to Liberalism 1: National Political Economy 4. Challenges to Liberalism 2: Marxian Political Economy 5. the move away from trade monopolies to inter-imperial trade, and the development of.
capitalism and industrialism. Present forms of private violence also need to be seen as part. of a broader historical dynamic of war, violence and political economy. National Security and Economic Development: Securing Development – Developing Security Wolfgang-Peter Zingel 1 Introduction International intervention has been undertaken for various reasons: Ending or preventing genocide, ending terrorist activities aimed at other countries or protecting and looking after refugees.
Beyond these andFile Size: KB. These theoretical tools are useful in understanding many political, economic, and social issues in the global economy of the past as well as the present.
Chapter 5 develops two alternative IPE perspectives—constructivism and feminism—that derive, in part, from File Size: 2MB. The concept of international political economy has come to encompass a larger range of concerns, including the intersection of politics and economics, as goods, services, money, people, and ideas move across : Renée Marlin-Bennett.
He is a Fellow of the Centre for Research on Latin America and the Caribbean (CERLAC) and the Centre for Refugee Studies (CRS), both at York University. His numerous publications, including books, journal articles, and book chapters, deal with development issues, food security Cited by: •• • What is Political Economy.
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This report briefly addresses each of the above issues and provides a context and some possible alternatives to current policy. African countries need economic transformation, to sustain pro-poor growth, to cope with population increases, to become competitive in the global economy and – last but not least – to create the conditions for better governance.
Not just growth At first glance, Africa appears to be on the right track. For example, in a bookFile Size: KB. between national economic and political identities, and where the effec- tiveness of government appears to be undermined by forces associated with globalization, it is understandable that.
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Organised crime, terrorism, disruption of global supply chains, computer viruses – all have played a role in raising people’s awareness of the risks they face in today’s Size: 1MB. Political instability in Africa may owe much of its cause to internal factors, however the interpenetration of internal and external factors especially geo-political and economic interests of the international community constantly play a significant role in undermining the very processesFile Size: KB.
Political economy constraints for urban development 3 2. Evidence gaps There is a well-established broader theoretical and comparative political and social theory literature that draws mainly on (older) urbanisation experiences in richer countries.
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THE LINK BETWEEN ECONOMICS, STABILITY AND SECURITY IN A TRANSFORMING ECONOMY Katarzyna Zukrowska Institute of Development and Strategic Studies, Warsaw Introduction Links between economics, stability and security were defined differently before the Cold War, during it and now today as they adjusted to consecutive stages of international Size: 82KB.There has been growing recognition that effective development programmes must be grounded in an understanding of the economic, social, political and institutional factors that drive, or block, change within a specific country or region and that this requires thinking.Political economy - Political economy - International political economy: International political economy studies problems that arise from or are affected by the interaction of international politics, international economics, and different social systems (e.g., capitalism and socialism) and societal groups (e.g., farmers at the local level, different ethnic groups in a country, immigrants in a.