The Economic Crisis and the Developing World: What Next?
Some believe that the current financial and economic crises have ended the dominance of the Washington Consensus once and for all. In a ceremony at Tufts University, two eminent international economists, Robert Wade and JosÃ© Antonio Ocampo, were recently awarded the Leontief Prize for advancing economic thought. They were interviewed by Kevin Gallagher on the many issues affecting the future of developing economies, including trade agreements with the developed world. The perceptive interview and provocative responses provide rare, clear-minded discussion about enlightened policy for the world's poorer nations.
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Volume (Year): 52 (2009)
Issue (Month): 1 (January)
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