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The rise of the khalifa and the return of the gold d inarThe rise of the khalifa and the return of the gold d inar
To purify the earth from the corruption that tainted it, after it had been set in order
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Nguyễn’s Tale of Kiều as Post-colonial ClassicNguyễn’s Tale of Kiều as Post-colonial Classic
Spivak’s meditation on the subaltern or Fourth World peoples who, although excluded from the demesne of the nation-state, understood the total system well enough to turn the latter’s logic against itself
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The international development of bretton woods: north-south dialogue in the making of the postwar orderThe international development of bretton woods: north-south dialogue in the making of the postwar order
It provides an overview of arguments that draw on extensive archival research. The detailed evidence to support the arguments summarized below is included in the subsequent chapters.]
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Explaining Latin America’s fourth wave of regionalism Regional integration of a third kindExplaining Latin America’s fourth wave of regionalism Regional integration of a third kind
Paper for delivery at the 2012 Congress of the Latin American Studies Association (lasa)
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The Role of the Real Interest Rate in us macroeconomic HistoryThe Role of the Real Interest Rate in us macroeconomic History
This points to a monetary explanation of the Great Depression, and it suggests that central banks should suspend monetary policy rules that target inflation if there is an adverse political or economic shock that creates consumer pessimism
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2013 siel/cup essay Prize Submission2013 siel/cup essay Prize Submission
The Ideational Dimension of Currency Manipulation: a fundamental Transformation of the wto’s Mandate?
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Background: Genesis of Zerowork #1 The Analysis Paths to Zerowork Theoretico-political Roots Workers’ Autonomy in the Sphere of Production From the Johnson-Forest Tendency to Facing Reality and Beyond Socialisme ou Barbarie ItalianBackground: Genesis of Zerowork #1 The Analysis Paths to Zerowork Theoretico-political Roots Workers’ Autonomy in the Sphere of Production From the Johnson-Forest Tendency to Facing Reality and Beyond Socialisme ou Barbarie Italian
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Rupturing the Dialectic: The Struggle against Work, Financial Crisis and Beyond1 by Harry CleaverRupturing the Dialectic: The Struggle against Work, Financial Crisis and Beyond1 by Harry Cleaver
It is the overall thesis of this paper that Marx’s labor theory of value still provides vital aid in helping us understand these historical developments
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XX. The Great Keynesian BoomXX. The Great Keynesian Boom
First. And (except for France) manpower losses were greater in World War II as well. The war ended with 24 percent of Germans born in 1924 dead or missing, and 31 percent disabled; post-war Germany contained 26 percent more women than men
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Presentation text: Introduction. I. The post–World War II economic expansion, also known as the postwar economic boomPresentation text: Introduction. I. The post–World War II economic expansion, also known as the postwar economic boom
Asian countries in particular experienced unusually high and sustained growth, together with full employment. Contrary to early predictions, this high growth also included many countries that had been devastated by the war
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Organizational Reform and the Expansion of the South’s Voice at the FundOrganizational Reform and the Expansion of the South’s Voice at the Fund
Barry Eichengreen, Vijay Kelkar, Aziz Ali Mohammed, Maury Obstfeld, Beth Simmons, and Steve Weber. Suggestions from Tom Callaghy, Jo Marie Griesgraber, Devesh Kapur, and Robert Wade were also invaluable
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The nation – state and the challenge of global capitalism Mark. T. Berger 2001The nation – state and the challenge of global capitalism Mark. T. Berger 2001
The rise of the globalisation project in the 1970s led to a shift from the state guided national development project to a laissez faire validated by neoclassical economies. It reconfigured the role of the state and transformed the dominant idea
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Government Responses to Financial CrisesGovernment Responses to Financial Crises
We suggest two future research agendas as well: One is to study the actual economics effects of different monetary and fiscal policies
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Welfare states and environmental statesWelfare states and environmental states
A scenario of integrated social and environmental investment is adumbrated and some preconditions for this to emerge are discussed. The paper calls for more collaborative work between students of welfare and environmental policies
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Japan\Japan's recent economic decline: an explanation
A long recession through 2006. In July 2001, Japan's trade surplus was down 64 percent from the previous July. What were the causes of this decline? What are the similarities and differences between it and the economic recessions in the
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