Development Models in Muslim Contexts: Chinese,quot;Islamic,



Development Models in Muslim Contexts: Chinese, "Islamic," and Neo-liberal Alternatives (Exploring Muslim Contexts)
Edinburgh University Press (March 1, 2010) | ISBN: 0748639683 | 280 pages | File type: PDF | 44 mb

This book marks a more systematic investigation of the "Chinese economic development model," as well as the alternative "Muslim model" and the faltering globalization of a "Washington Consensus," especially with regard to the Muslim world, which spans different economic and geographic categories and is itself the progenitor of a development model. The Chinese model is this book's primary focus, and it identifies its characteristics and tracks its reception in Africa and Latin America. It also investigates current competition between development models across Muslim contexts and the related issue of governance's centrality to development.



http://www.filesonic.com/file/47071010/Springborg, Robert, ed. Development Models in Muslim Contexts - Chinese, _Islamic,_ and Neo-liberal Alternatives (ENTIRE OCR). Edinburgh UPress 2009.pdf


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