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The Political economy of policy reform / John Williamson, editor.


Washington, DC : Institute for International Economics, 1994.
ISBN 0881321958, 9780881321951

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Other Authors Williamson, John, 1937-
Subjects Aufsatzsammlung.
CASE STUDIES
CASE STUDIES.
ECONOMIC POLICY
ECONOMIC POLICY.
Economic policy -- Case studies.
Economic policy.
Economische hervormingen.
Economische politiek.
Entwicklungsländer.
POLITICAL ASPECTS
POLITICAL ASPECTS.
Politique économique -- Aspect politique -- Cas, Études de.
Wirtschaftsreform.
Description x, 601 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
Copyright Date 1994.
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Summary Policymakers around the world have increasingly agreed that macroeconomic discipline, microeconomic liberalization, and outward orientation are prerequisites for economic success. But what are the political conditions that make economic transformation possible? At a conference held at the Institute for International Economics, leaders of economic reform recounted their efforts to bring about change and discussed the impact of the political climate on the success of their efforts. In this book, these leaders explore the political conditions conducive to the success of policy reforms. Did economic crisis strengthen the hands of the reformers? Was the rapidity with which reforms were instituted crucial? Did the reformers have a "honeymoon" period in which to transform the economy? The authors answer these and other questions, as well as providing first-hand accounts of the politically charged atmosphere surrounding reform efforts in their countries.
Contents Introduction / C. Fred Bergsten, John Williamson -- In search of a manual for technopols / John Williamson -- Australia / Ross Garnaut -- New Zealand / Alan Bollard -- Comments / W. Max Corden, C. David Finch -- Spain / Guillermo de la Dehesa -- Portugal / Francisco Torres -- Poland / Leszek Balcerowicz -- Turkey / Yavuz Canevi -- Comments / Nancy Bermeo, Anne O. Krueger, Dani Rodrik -- Chile / Jose Pinera -- Mexico / Jose Cordoba -- Colombia / Miguel Urrutia -- Comments / Colin Bradford, Richard E. Feinberg -- Brazil / Luiz Carlos Bresser Pereira -- Peru / Richard Webb -- Comment / Miguel A. Rodriguez -- Ukraine / Oleh Havrylyshyn -- Russia / Vladimir Mau -- Bulgaria / Ognian Pishev -- Panel discussion / Nicolas Ardito-Barletta, Stephan Haggard, Joan M. Nelson, John Williamson -- Economic reform : a view from Latin America / Enrique Iglesias -- Life in the economic emergency room / Jeffrey Sachs -- The political conditions for economic reform / John Williamson, Stephan Haggard.
Genre Aufsatzsammlung.
Fallstudie.
Case studies.
Other Identifiers ZBWT00509833
Network Numbers (OCoLC)28254582
(OCoLC)ocm28254582
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