The Market Tells Them So: The World Bank and Economic Fundamentalism in Africa
Zed Books, 1995 - 313 pagina's
Structural adjustment is not just an economic strategy but, this book argues, embodies a social, cultural and even religious vision for the remaking of Africa and the world. This highly original critique of the World Bank's structural adjustment agenda in Africa explodes the value-free pretensions of economics. It provides a more integrated understanding of questions of faith and values in development than has been available from theologians and social scientists up to now, and helps to explain why churches are so intimately involved in these struggles. The book focuses on three aspects of structural adjustment in Africa: the fundamentalist character of World Bank thinking in the scale of its ambitions and its denial of the legitimacy of contrary views; criticisms of structural adjustment from a variety of social science perspectives; and the resistance to this agenda emerging from African churches and social movements.
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Globalization as Social Control
The Theology of Structural Adjustment
Filling in the Gaps
The Development of Structural Adjustment
The Assumptions of the World Banks ExportOriented
The GATT Negotiations
Making Structural Adjustment Permanent
Gender Ecology and SAPs
The World Banks Biotechnology Vision
Rescuing the Banks
Myths about SubSaharan Africas Debt
Multilateral Debt Relief Proposals
The Size of Government
Summary of Berg Report
The Debt Crisis
The ECA Response
Consolidating the Agenda
The Global Coalition for Africa
The Socialization of Genetic Resources
The Churches as Instruments of Recolonization
African Churches and Northern Partners
Adjustment with a Human Face
The Church as Oppressor of Women
Overige edities - Alles weergeven
Naming the enemy: anti-corporate movements confront globalization
Fragmentweergave - 2000
The Market Tells Them So
The Market Tells Them So The World Bank and Economic Fundamentalism in Africa by John Mihevc Third World Network & ZED Books ISBN: 983-9747-15-0 316 pages ...
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