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Routledge Studies in Development Economics


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The last decade has seen dramatic changes in the economic position of developing countries. A minority of middle-income countries, especially in Asia, have fared relatively well. This has led some economists and policy makers to argue that other developing countries need to adopt the same policies of export led growth. However the results of this have been disappointing and many of the world's poorest countries have seen their positions decline in both relative and absolute terms. This series presents accounts of the present position of, and future prospects for, the developing countries.

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The Economics of Financial Inclusion

The Economics of Financial Inclusion

1st Edition

Forthcoming

Edited By Firdous Ahmad Malik, Tarika Singh Sikarwar
September 10, 2024

This book offers a thorough examination of the economics of financial inclusion and management from a contemporary standpoint. It covers a vast array of financial inclusion-related topics, surveying economies around the globe and analyzes the factors that contribute to both financial inclusion and ...

Economic Shocks and Globalisation Between Deglobalisation and Slowbalisation

Economic Shocks and Globalisation: Between Deglobalisation and Slowbalisation

1st Edition

Forthcoming

Edited By Elsabé Loots
August 01, 2024

Over the 153-year period since 1870, the phenomenon of globalisation has been shaped and reshaped. As we look back at the events that shaped our understanding of the process and its momentum before and after the Global Financial Crisis (GFC), it became clear that the process of globalisation has ...

Unlocking Economic Development The Unlearning Process of Nations

Unlocking Economic Development: The Unlearning Process of Nations

1st Edition

Forthcoming

By Ahmed Tahiri Jouti
July 18, 2024

Despite the abundant literature about development policies and solutions, many developing countries continue to struggle with basic development issues. The author of this book argues that such a situation is due to the absence of an unlearning process that would aid in adjusting negative mindsets ...

Responsible Business and Sustainable Development The Use of Data and Metrics in the Global South

Responsible Business and Sustainable Development: The Use of Data and Metrics in the Global South

1st Edition

Forthcoming

Edited By David Mhlanga, Mufaro Dzingirai
June 28, 2024

Responsible and sustainable business practices are becoming increasingly important in the information age, as companies are realizing the need to address ethical and social issues associated with their operations. In today's interconnected world, businesses have access to vast amounts of data that ...

Digital Financial Inclusion and Regulation

Digital Financial Inclusion and Regulation

1st Edition

Forthcoming

By Ogochukwu Monye
May 27, 2024

This book explores the various considerations for achieving an effective regulatory strategy to improve financial access and usage in Nigeria and beyond. Gaps in the legal and institutional framework for digital financial services (DFS) as well as the barriers that contribute to financial exclusion...

Household Demand for Consumer Goods in Developing Countries A Comparative Perspective with Developed Countries

Household Demand for Consumer Goods in Developing Countries: A Comparative Perspective with Developed Countries

1st Edition

Forthcoming

By Eliyathamby A. Selvanathan, Saroja Selvanathan, Maneka Jayasinghe
May 27, 2024

This book analyses the household demand for consumer goods using a diverse database, consisting of 45 developed and developing countries. Household consumption patterns have undergone dramatic changes due to rapid economic growth, increasing household income and changing demographics. Using the ...

Human Capital and Gender Inequality in Middle-Income Countries Schooling, Learning and Socioemotional Skills in the Labour Market

Human Capital and Gender Inequality in Middle-Income Countries: Schooling, Learning and Socioemotional Skills in the Labour Market

1st Edition

Forthcoming

By Elizabeth M. King, Dileni Gunewardena
May 27, 2024

The role of cognitive and socioemotional skills alongside education in determining people’s success in the labour market has been the topic of a growing body of research - but previous studies have mostly missed middle-income countries and the developing world because measures of those skills and ...

Unlocking Private Investment in Sustainable Infrastructure in Asia

Unlocking Private Investment in Sustainable Infrastructure in Asia

1st Edition

Forthcoming

Edited By Bhajan Grewal, Nella Hendriyetty, Iskandar Abdullaev, Chul Ju Kim, Naoyuki Yoshino, Eisa Khan Ayoob Ayoobi
May 27, 2024

Investment in infrastructure is essential for promoting economic growth, and while countries in Asia have enjoyed higher rates of gross domestic product growth in recent years, the region remains severely deficient in the scale and quality of sustainable infrastructure. Moreover, population growth ...

Infrastructure Policy and Inequality

Infrastructure Policy and Inequality

1st Edition

Forthcoming

By Michael A. Cohen
April 16, 2024

This book reframes the purpose of infrastructure from being an input to economic growth to becoming a major instrument in reducing socio-economic inequalities in both industrialized and developing countries. Drawing on global and national lessons of COVID-19 and extensive working experience in 55 ...

Special Economic Zones in South Asia Structural Change, Competitiveness and Growth

Special Economic Zones in South Asia: Structural Change, Competitiveness and Growth

1st Edition

By Aradhna Aggarwal
February 29, 2024

Growth‑enhancing structural change—a relocation of labour from low‑ to high‑productivity sectors—is increasingly perceived as inextricably linked with the sustainable development agenda. In the pursuit of structural change, policymakers have pinned their hopes on targeted policy tools such as ...

Cities and Economic Inequality in Latin America Intra-Urban Inequality in Argentina

Cities and Economic Inequality in Latin America: Intra-Urban Inequality in Argentina

1st Edition

By Lena Simet
January 29, 2024

This book examines trends and determinants of economic inequality in cities in Latin America, the world’s most unequal region. It explores how the gap between the haves and the have nots manifests in every part of urban life – from housing to schooling to employment. It asks why some cities have ...

Digitalization and Economic Development Insights from Developing Countries

Digitalization and Economic Development: Insights from Developing Countries

1st Edition

Edited By Mohamed Sami Ben Ali
January 29, 2024

This book analyses the impact of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) on economic development. It contains theoretical and empirical studies, including panel studies on various issues facing developing countries, such as education, corruption, economic growth, government expenditure, ...

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