第7回COE/ラテンアメリカ・セミナー COE/Latin America Seminar 7th

Date&Time : 5月 31日(月)午後3時30分〜 (Monday ,May 31 ,15:30pm 〜)
Speaker : Robert K. McCleery
Affiliation : Monterey Institute of International Studies
Title : ”Rethinking the Washington Consensus”
Abstract : Apart from a handful of prominent developing countries, most of the world has seen little or none of the promised economic benefit from two elements of the Washington Consensus: widespread trade and financial liberalization. Many countries actually regressed, when more broadly defined socio-economic development goals are examined. We explore three topics: 1) the economic gains from increased trade and financial "openness;" 2) the relationships between trade and financial opening and income inequality; and 3) given the above, we try to explain how openness can be better paced, sequenced and complemented by other policies. We conclude that differences in initial conditions, from history, culture and geography to stages of industrial and inistitutional development, preclude any "one size fits all" framework for development policies.
Place : 神戸大学経済経営研究所 調査室(兼松記念館1階)
Seminar Room at RIEB (Kanematsu Memorial Hall 1st Floor)
Intended Audience : 教員、院生、および同等の知識をお持ちの方
Faculty, graduate students, and people with equivalent knowledge
Language : 英語
Note :

論文のコピーは開催日の1週間前に ご用意いたします。
Copies of the paper will be available one week before the seminar.

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