Emerging Global Economic Order and the Developing Countries


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The book includes revised papers presented at the conference on Emerging Global Economic Order and the Developing Countries, organized by the Bangladesh Economic Association (BEA) in Dhaka in June 2004. The topics addressed are Millennium Development Goals: Reality and Prospects; Globalization, Inequality and Poverty: Theory and Evidence; Post Cancun WTO: An Assessment; New Issues in Development Assistance: Policy Reforms, Ownership, Governance; Global Environmental Security After Rio+11: North-South Divide or Unite; and Bangladesh in the World Economy: Selected Issues. The writers respectively are Professor Jeffrey D. Sachs, Professor Robert Hunter Wade, Professor Nurul Islam, Dr. Nancy Birdsall, Mr. Nitin Desai, and (jointly) Dr. Qazi Kholiquzzaman Ahmad and Professor Abul Barkat. The purpose of the conference was to review a number of key aspects of the emerging global economic order with particular reference to the state of affairs facing developing countries and to identify equitable and sustainable ways forward for all concerned. The conference brought out key issues in respect of the topics covered and offered suggestions for constructing the ways forward. A major conclusion is a call for fairer international order, increased resource and technology transfer to the developing countries from the developed countries, and increased access to exports from the developing countries to the developed. The book provides insightful and compelling analyses and arguments in this context.



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