Neoliberal Development In Bangladesh

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Neoliberal Development In Bangladesh

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English (US)
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University Press Limited
First Published
February 2020
Page Length
353

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This book is a collection of eleven critical essays covering some of the implications of neoliberal development in Bangladesh. One of the major themes of this book is how the paradigm of neoliberalism, with its sole focus on the free market, has transformed the very nature of the state. For the neoliberal states, the market is both the ends and means of social well-being. While this ‘market-directed’ development approach can ensure certain levels of economic growth, it also brings out the degrading quality of life, ecology, and political governance. Bangladesh's experience with neoliberal development is an important case study because the country has already been recognized as a 'development paradox'. While some hail the development spree and bask in the glory of a fast-growing economy, critics of the traditional economic growth-oriented model of development point their fingers at the downsides of the same economy.



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