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La Crise Du Capitalisme Financier Mondial Et Sa Contagion Au Second Monde « Émergent » Et Au Tiers Monde

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Todays’ debate is largely dominated by the economic crisis. Everybody is now familiar with the concept of “subprimes” or the return of Keynes. However, while our attention is turned towards OCDE countries, far less consideration is given to Third World and emergent second world countries. And yet, these countries are equally concerned by the crisis depending on their level of economic openness. The global context profoundly differs from Keynesian context of the 1929 crisis. This article tries to identify the crisis’s impact on second world and third world countries before presenting prospects of current geopolitical reorganization.

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  • Philippe Hugon, 2009. "La Crise Du Capitalisme Financier Mondial Et Sa Contagion Au Second Monde « Émergent » Et Au Tiers Monde," Revue Tiers-Monde, Armand Colin, vol. 0(1), pages 165-182.
  • Handle: RePEc:cai:rtmarc:rtm_197_0165
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