Norms and Practices in Global Political Economy

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Taken together and in various ways, the studies in this book all affirm the position that the prevailing structure of international political economy needs to be re-appraised and adjusted with a view to stimulating development in peripheral capitalist socio-formations. Fundamentally, these studies demonstrate that contemporary globalization and associated checklists has marginalized developing economies, instigated conflicts, provided conditions for highly elastic income inequalities, proliferated poverty and undermined the process of stimulating autochthonous development conditions. Happily though, the studies provided potent light in the tunnel. What scholars from developing economies need to do to reinvent and re-launch their respective economies and emplace these unto the trajectories of sustainable economic transmutation is simple: make this book a universal companion.

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420

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November 2015