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Informationen zum Autor FREDRIK SÖDERBAUM is at the Department of Peace and Development Research! Göteborg University (Padrigu)! a... Weiterlesen
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Informationen zum Autor FREDRIK SÖDERBAUM is at the Department of Peace and Development Research! Göteborg University (Padrigu)! and the United Nations University/Comparative Regional Integration Studies (UNU/CRIS). Recent books include Regionalization in a Globalizing World ! Theories of New Regionalism ! The New Regionalism of Africa ! Regionalism and Uneven Development in Southern Africa: The Case of the Maputo Development Corridor . Klappentext The Political Economy of Regionalism: The Case of Southern Africa challenges prevailing wisdom! showing how ruling political elites and 'big business' join forces with certain external actors in order to promote market integration and economic globalization! boost regimes! and to satisfy group-specific and even personal interests. Only rarely do these forms of regionalism contribute to the poor and disadvantaged! who instead opt out! and survive through informal economic regionalisms or seek to create regionalisms rooted in civil society. Zusammenfassung The Political Economy of Regionalism: The Case of Southern Africa challenges prevailing wisdom, showing how ruling political elites and 'big business' join forces with certain external actors in order to promote market integration and economic globalization, boost regimes, and to satisfy group-specific and even personal interests. Inhaltsverzeichnis Introduction Reviewing The Theoretical Landscape Theorizing the New Regionalism Approach The Historical Construction of 'Southern Africa' The Political Economy of Formal and Informal Regionalism Civil Society Regionalism The Political Economy of Shared River Basins: The Case of the Zambezi The Political Economy of Micro-regionalism: The Case of the Maputo Development Corridor Conclusion

Autorentext
FREDRIK SÖDERBAUM is at the Department of Peace and Development Research, Göteborg University (Padrigu), and the United Nations University/Comparative Regional Integration Studies (UNU/CRIS). Recent books include Regionalization in a Globalizing World, Theories of New Regionalism, The New Regionalism of Africa, Regionalism and Uneven Development in Southern Africa: The Case of the Maputo Development Corridor.

Klappentext

The Political Economy of Regionalism: The Case of Southern Africa challenges prevailing wisdom, showing how ruling political elites and 'big business' join forces with certain external actors in order to promote market integration and economic globalization, boost regimes, and to satisfy group-specific and even personal interests. Only rarely do these forms of regionalism contribute to the poor and disadvantaged, who instead opt out, and survive through informal economic regionalisms or seek to create regionalisms rooted in civil society.



Inhalt
Introduction Reviewing The Theoretical Landscape Theorizing the New Regionalism Approach The Historical Construction of 'Southern Africa' The Political Economy of Formal and Informal Regionalism Civil Society Regionalism The Political Economy of Shared River Basins: The Case of the Zambezi The Political Economy of Micro-regionalism: The Case of the Maputo Development Corridor Conclusion

Produktinformationen

Titel: The Political Economy of Regionalism
Untertitel: The Case of Southern Africa
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EAN: 9781403920836
ISBN: 978-1-4039-2083-6
Format: Fester Einband
Herausgeber: Springer Palgrave Macmillan
Genre: Medien & Kommunikation
Anzahl Seiten: 251
Gewicht: 495g
Größe: H216mm x B216mm x T140mm
Jahr: 2005
Auflage: 2004

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