1st Edition

Globalization and Development Volume I
Leading issues in development with globalization

ISBN 9781138781542
Published August 25, 2015 by Routledge
380 Pages 48 B/W Illustrations

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Book Description

Globalization and Development is a "cross-national study" on the "interstate dispersion" of the impacts (on growth, inequality and poverty) that international economic integration provides to the economies of the developing countries. In order to present the "Leading Issues in Development with Globalization" in a balanced manner, to identify differences and commonalities among "Country Experiences" in development with globalization, and to introduce diversified development paradigms with forward looking discussions "In Search of a New Development Paradigm" for the post-MDGs era, this publication consists of three volumes and four main parts.

Volume I (Part I) introduces the evolution and facets of globalization, and the challenges that we face in our development eff orts under globalization. Findings from the old and new empirical studies are consolidated for us to answer the following question. What do we really know about the impacts of globalization? Volume I (Part II) contains thematic and issue-oriented discussions on the key facets of globalization.

This book intends to serve as a unique and comprehensive guide for those in the international development community on the subjects of diversified development paradigms/paths under globalization and other challenges in the post-MDGs era.

Table of Contents

Part I: Development under Globalization 1. Leading Issues in Development with Globalization, Shigeru Otsubo 2. Poverty-Growth-Inequality Triangle under Globalization, Shigeru Otsubo and Yumeka Hirano  Part II: Thematic Issues Related to Development under Globalization 3. The Role of Governance and Politics in the Development of Developing Countries, Hirotsune Kimura 4. Globalization and Corporate Activities, Shigeru Otsubo 5. Globalization and Agriculture, Zamroni Salim 6. Global Enviroment Management, Kiyoshi Fujikawa and Hikari Ban 7. FDIs and Environment Management, Muhammad Cholifihani 8. Global International Migration and South-South Migration, Akihiro Asakawa 9. Aid Is Good for the Poor, Yumeka Hirano and Shigeru Otsubo 10. The Effects of Global Economy on Contemporary Conflicts, Yukiko Nishikawa 11. Impacts of Global Economic Fluctuations on the Economic Growth and Poverty Situation of a Developing Country in the Globalized World, Hiroshi Osada 12. Extended GTAP Data Base and A CGE Model with Global Input-Output Linkage, Ken Itakura and Kazuhiko Oyamada

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Shigeru Thomas Otsubo is Professor of International Development Economics and Director of the Economic Development Policy & Management Program at the Graduate School of International Development (GSID), Nagoya University, Japan. His recent publications include Leading Issues in Development with Globalization, Introduction to International Development Studies: An interdisciplinary approach (2010 JASID Special Award), and numerous journal articles and reports on global economic integration, development cooperation and on growth, inequality and poverty reduction. He holds a Ph.D. in Economics and Operations Research (Stanford University, USA).


‘This set is a useful reference reading to policymakers, research fellows and academics on globalisation and economic development in South-East Asia and Africa. The subject is so vast that it would not be just to remark only what it does not cover (there are important missing matters such as the emerging Trans Pacific Partnership; or profound considerations of Singapore and South Korea), but rather what it does: the set is a useful collection of articles on select national experiences regarding development in a changing globalised world. As such, students may find in this set a useful reading material for their courses. In addition, the set is a highly recommended item for the libraries and shelves for those that deal with development, income distribution and globalisation.’ – Miroslav N. Jovanović, Global Studies Institute, University of Geneva, extracted from the Journal of Economic Integration