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Conclusion: New Developmentalism in the Twenty-First Century—Perspectives from the Global East and South

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This volume was intended as a forum for exploring ideas related to state intervention and crisis management in present-day semi-peripheral regions from Latin America through Africa and South Asia. The virtue of this volume is that it provides insights both from theoretical and practical perspectives on the potential contours of a post-crisis developmental state model with the possibilities and constraints that states face in their crisis management efforts. Thus, the volume encompasses the experiences of both developing peripheral and more advanced countries, and frames them as part of an overall structural comparison, which we hope will benefit researchers, students, and policy-makers who are interested in the developmental state model in a global and historical perspective focusing on the post-crisis era in the twenty-first century.

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  • Developmentalism
  • Global periphery
  • Social upgrading
  • Multi-level governance

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Gerőcs, T. (2021). Conclusion: New Developmentalism in the Twenty-First Century—Perspectives from the Global East and South. In: Gerőcs, T., Ricz, J. (eds) The Post-Crisis Developmental State . International Political Economy Series. Palgrave Macmillan, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-71987-6_16

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