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1. Mondialisation: qui gagne et qui perd. Essai sur l'economie politique du developpement / Arnaud Zacharie [DC-ZAC-01] [DEEEP-BOOK-2019-005]
The thesis of this book reflects these two theories back to back: contrary to the theory of dependence, the hierarchy of the world economy is not fixed and the countries of the South are not condemned to underdevelopment; unlike the neoliberal theory, the winners of globalization are the countries that have only partially applied the rules and have had sufficient leeway to operate, through a developmental state, a strategic integration to the world economy..
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2. The European Journal of Development Research. Public Investments in and for Agriculture; Vol.27 No.3 / Bingxin Yu ; Shenggen Fan ; Eduardo Magalheas ; Sarah K. Lowder ; et al [DC-EAD-14] [DEEEP-JOURNAL-2015-079]
English Within a policy environment of greater attention to agriculture following the food price crises in developing countries, this Special Issue is motivated by the importance of bringing to bear new conceptual and empirical research on the determinants, trends and consequences of public expenditures in support of the agricultural sector of developing economies. [...]
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